Driver Crashes Car Through Glass Wall Of Chicago Apple Store [Image]

Shouldn't have used Siri for directions.

Shouldn’t have used Siri for directions.

Imagine the scenario: you’re leisurely strolling through your local Apple Store, perhaps drooling over a Retina MacBook Pro, when all of a sudden a car crashes through the front wall and onto the store floor. Yeah, that happened.

On Sunday night a car was driven off the road and through the glass wall of the Lincoln Park Apple Store in Chicago.

An elderly man was apparently behind the wheel. Fortunately, no one was seriously hurt.

  • TheMacGuy

    Picture caption: “Shouldn’t have used Siri for directions.”

    What does that mean? I use Siri for directions ALL THE TIME and haven’t had a single issue! Plus, being an old man he probably hit the gas and meant to hit the break.

  • Adrayven

    Picture caption: “Shouldn’t have used Siri for directions.”

    What does that mean? I use Siri for directions ALL THE TIME and haven’t had a single issue! Plus, being an old man he probably hit the gas and meant to hit the break.

    Agreed, besides, the caption implies that the driver wasn’t the one driving.. I mean, common.. people need to be smart.. It’s like this articles author is one of those people that thinks cruse control is something that auto-drives for you too!

  • VirtualVisitor

    Fanboy!

  • jorno087

    Not surprised, as chicago and nyc are both dumps. Philadelphia rocks, and is the only city in the country with quality, the best food, historic significance, beautiful neighborhoods, it’s just perfect. No corporations controlling it, no massive debt, no poor design.

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