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First iPhone owner in Perth drops it on camera

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Picture the scene:

You've been queuing outside Perth's Apple store for over 20 hours. You ran out of Oreos and Mountain Dew almost three hours ago, and your bladder is approximately 20 percent over capacity. Finally, in the balmy morning heat, the plexiglass doors are flung open - blue t-shirted Gurus whip the crowd into a frenzy and you are escorted like a god to the front desk. There is your iPhone 6, boxed to perfection. Right on queue, the local news reporter swoops in to ask you how it feels to be the first man in Perth to purchase the gadget the world wants.

And then this happens.



Poor lad.

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