Giving her name only as Anna, she told The Sydney Morning Herald that she was upset over what people ahead of her in line were doing. They were, she said, letting their friends push in.
Anna said she had been in line for 24 hours. She said that instead of 80 people being in front of her, now there were 180. She blamed the store for not attempting to control what she saw as rampant pushing in. Why, for example, didn't they give people numbered cards?
After standing in line for over 24 hours, she never got her phone and was planning on buying two.