Adidas has been hard at work improving its Confirmed sneaker reservation app, but there's still holes to fill.
According to Twitter user TyrusL, the Adidas Confirmed app has been hacked in China, resulting in "two nerds" attempting to walk away with about 80 pairs of "Zebra" Adidas Yeezy Boost 350s between them. While trying to make an exit with their massive stock, the two individuals were apparently jumped and beaten, leaving pairs of sneakers all over the mall floor. The police were reportedly called in to escort the "nerds" out of the store.
Thus far, there's been no further updates and Adidas has not commented on the matter. TyrusL speculates that the app may have been hacked in other parts of the world, but no other incidents have been reported at this time.
Cops came and escort nerds out the mall pic.twitter.com/5rx6A5gHUd— TyrusL (@tyruschi) June 24, 2017
Zebras on the ground pic.twitter.com/GkZGsfW1XJ— TyrusL (@tyruschi) June 24, 2017