iPhone 7 is running out of stock in China due to its large demand, those who badly want it searches online store to have one.
However, online store may not be reliable with their services and will deliver the exact product or item you ordered.
A netizen named Canele Mimi shared on her Weibo account that she ordered an iPhone 7 from an online store. When the package arrived, she was surprised to see two units inside – an iPhone 3 and iPhone 4 with a Yu-Gi-Oh fusion card.
With the content of the package you know already what it means, but It was not clear whether the scheming seller meant it to be a joke, but it was a nevertheless clever idea.
The “Fusion Monster” Yu-Gi-Oh card – representing a combination of two or more monsters – suggested that the buyer need to fuse together the iPhone 3 and iPhone 4 in order to get an iPhone 7.
Regardless whether it was a cruel prank or a monkey business, Mimi’s post showing what she got from her order went viral online, amusing Chinese social media users.
“If you buy two iPhone 7s, you can use a Fusion Monster to turn it into the futuristic iPhone 14,” Shanghaiist quoted one commenter as saying.
Another added in jest: “Can you lend us the Fusion Monster card for us to use? In return I’ll buy you an iPhone 7.”
Mimi did not mention whether she plans to return the item or run after the seller which is very unlikely, considering the complexities of online purchases.
It should serve as warning to all online buyers to be aware of this scenario.