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Brandon Griggs
Comedian Mark Malkoff brought a live goat -- among other things -- into a New York City Apple store.
Comedian Mark Malkoff brought a live goat -- among other things -- into a New York City Apple store.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • A comedian brought a live goat into a New York City Apple store
  • His videotaped stunts also involved visiting the store dressed as Darth Vader
RELATED TOPICS
  • Apple Inc.
  • Darth Vader
  • Internet

(CNN) -- Despite their pristine, sterile appearance, Apple stores are known for tolerating eccentricities.

Witness customers browsing inside the stores with their dogs, or the recent trend of people breaking into videotaped dances Video amid the tables of gleaming MacBooks and iPads.

But did you know you can order (and eat) a pizza in an Apple store? Come dressed as Darth Vader and get someone to look at your broken iPhone? Or even visit a store with a live goat?

Apparently, you can. We know this now courtesy of comedian Mark Malkoff, who tried all these stunts and more in a video posted this week to MyDamnChannel, the Gothamist and other sites.

"My question: Is there a limit to what the Apple store will allow?" asks Malkoff in the clip, which has racked up more than 100,000 views.

Presumably yes -- although it's hard to tell from the video, in which Apple store employees tolerate and even seem amused by Malkoff's antics, which culminate in him leading a balky goat into a store on Broadway and 67th Street in Manhattan.

"I will not rest until every electronics store in America allows goats," said Malkoff on Twitter Tuesday.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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