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Apple attacks kids for loitering

They're not even scrumping
Wed May 30 2007, 15:44
APPLE STORE MANAGERS are so miffed at kids loitering in their shop that they are enforcing a series of measures designed to get them to sling their hooks.

According to, Apple is furious that kids are coming into their stores getting their greasy mitts all over the pastel machinery.

Number one attraction is using the store's bandwidth to run their Myspace page or check their email.

Apparently, the Apple has decided to block access to MySpace and other similar sites in a bid to get the kids out of the shop.

The big idea is that they will come back with their parents who will promptly take out a mortgage on the house for a new MacBook.



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