We would suggest to our dear readers that the next time you purchase a new device at a store, open up the box there and then to check your goods – especially if you’re at Walmart. A man from Georgia claims that he purchased an iPad from Walmart, and upon opening it at home, he realized that the case is fake, while the glass touchscreen does not work (due to it being fake, surprise, surprise) with nothing inside. Yup, you’ve guessed it right – he received a dummy unit for this money. How could this happen? Perhaps someone ‘returned’ the iPad, but put in a store demo dummy instead, where said packaging went through the restocking process only to leave Ken Lemal feeling shellshocked and cheated. Lemal will be bringing Walmart to the small-claims court since Walmart believes that he is the one trying to trade in the dummy unit. What do you think?