One particular aspect of Siri, beyond identifying the best locations to hide bodies, is the ability to instruct to refer to you as a name of your choice. A feature that was exploited, as young Charlie Le Quense fell victim to a hurl of expletive abuse.
Shut the f*ck up, you ugly tw*t.
In-store gadget trolling hits a new level. Regardless of the slight chuckle some people would share at the situation, you can't help but feel sorry for the kid in this situation, walking up to an iPhone 4S demo unit in his local Tesco (Coventry) and enquiring about how many people there are in the world, only to be told in a vulgar fashion to promptly be quiet. Apologetic staff attended to the "traumatised" mother and child, and showed the occurence as the result of a 'name change' prank.
His mum complained to the store manager, who sent the 'defective' phone back to Apple for "diagnostic testing." Of course, there isn't anything to investigate and if our secondary school experiences were anything to go by, he's heard it all before.
Source: The Telegraph