There's a cottage industry of people destroying phones on camera for entertainment. From Will it blend? to drop and scratch tests, the world loves to see how far we can push the glass and metal that comprise the protective layer of our pocket computers.
But when you decide to destroy a phone, make sure it's yours.
Respect the property of others, even if it is owned by a big corporation.
Don't be this idiot.
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