A Muslim car mechanic and his daughter are suing Apple for $10 million, accusing employees at its Staten Island store of refusing to service their iPhone because of their religion, according to a lawsuit.

Elsayad Sobhi, 48, claims he and his teenage daughter, Norhan, were threatened and thrown out of the store after employees spotted her wearing a traditional headdress.

Sobhi went to the Heartland Village outlet on Dec. 20, 2010, to get his recently purchased iPhone fixed by an employee, according to a lawsuit filed March 15 in Brooklyn Supreme Court.

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