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Phone thief posts his pictures

I don't think he meant to do that
Mon Sep 04 2006, 15:23
THE INTERNET WORLD is amused at the antics of a phone thief who has accidently started posting his pictures on his victim's website.

Web designer Ben Clemens had his phone nicked on an Amtrak commuter train in California in mid-August. He had software on board that automatically stuck pictures he took with the phone on his website.

Pictures of the tea leaf's pet rat, or maybe it is a Chihuahua, started to appear here.

Other pictures of a woman and kids have also appeared on the site, but nothing of the thief himself as yet.

The pictures have been so popular that many are starting to think that Clemens might have arranged the whole thing to peddle his software. Normally a sim card is the first thing that a thief pulls out of the phone. µ

 

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