Customers stand beneath an Apple logo at the Apple store in Grand Central station in New York City, July 21, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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An Apple manager has apologised to six teenagers of African descent after staff kicked them out of an Australian store citing concerns they "might steal something", with a video of the incident going viral on Facebook.The video, recorded by one of the students from Maribyrnong College in the southern city of Melbourne, has been viewed almost 60,000 times after it was posted on Facebook Tuesday with the caption "simply racism". Scott said it was not the first time his students, who were at the mall dressed in school uniform, were treated in such a manner.Scott told AFP some of the six boys were born in Australia, and had parents who were migrants or refugees.
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