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By Alyssa Newcomb

It's been one of the most bizarre weeks when it comes to the behavior of Apple customers.

First, a sunglasses-wearing man flew into an iRage inside of an Apple store in Dijon, France, walking around the store and methodically smashing iPhones, iPads and computers.

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The incident was captured on video and shows the man coolly destroying thousands of dollars worth of Apple products with a metal bowling ball until a security guard stopped him.

The man was apparently ticked off about being refused a refund and alleged Apple "violates customer rights," according to the BBC.

Local media reported the man was arrested and a police investigation is underway. Apple declined to comment.

The crazy train doesn't stop there, though.

An iPhone 7 video hoax made the rounds this week, claiming customers upset about the absence of a traditional headphone jack in their iPhone 7 can drill into the device to reveal a hidden port.

While it's unclear how many people fell for the do-it-yourself prank solution, the video has been viewed more than 13 million times.

Some enraged commenters even claimed to have tried the DIY hack and complained when it — unsurprisingly — did not work.

It's important to consider the source before doing something radical to a device that has a starting price of $649. The video comes from TechRax, whose other videos include "What Happens If You Microwave an iPhone 7?" and "How to Properly Grind an iPhone 6."