By jimminy, the Apple iPhone 4 is officially released on Thursday 24 June and a fanboy has started queuing already.
Justin Wagoner was spotted by a reader of The Dallas Morning News camping outside the Highland Park Apple Store in Dallas, USA, which subsequently published an open letter by the "iCamper".
In it, Justin states that he doesn't even need to queue, he's already pre-ordered a handset: "Yes I did reserve a phone, but again, I'm doing it for a fun experience", he writes. "I haven't had a trip or vacation in the past 10 years so I figured I make it a full week camping trip".
Now, you're clearly thinking "nutjob", but he adds: "I have been the first customer for this store since 2008 when the iPhone 3G was released. Normally, I only camp out over night, but since I do not work due to the fact I am disabled with a seizure disorder and I am not in school at the point, I figure I'll just make it a fun experience and do it for a week".
See, feel bad now?
So, instead of flaming him, sit back and enjoy his story as captured by joe271828183 and sent to 9To5Mac.com. You'll feel a better person afterwards. Ahem.
Do you know of any other iCamper's around the world? Or, are you planning on queuing overnight for an iPhone 4? Let us know in the comments below...
And don't forget to catch up on all of our iPhone 4 coverage up to and on launch day on our dedicated microsite.