Apple has reported blocked access to MySpace from its retail stores across the globe.
The move comes, according to Apple website Apple Insider, after the maker of the MacBook Pro got fed up with users of the social networking site setting themselves up for hours on end on demo units in store while they update their pages.
The move is the first reported case of Apple, who is normally very friendly to its customers and the websites they check blocking access to a website.
The Regent Street store in London is normally filled with potential customers using the machines or the stores unrestricted free Wi-Fi hotspot to check mail.
According to the site, by the close of business Thursday most Apple stores had reportedly blocked the social networking site.
We will keep you posted.