Cell phones found in strange places

Cell phones found in strange places
Cell phones found in strange places
Lots of strange news with cell phones being found in the most unlikely places have been popping up of late. Recently a Wisconsin woman purchased a bag of Clancy’s Ripple Potato Chips only to find some old cell phone. It was actually a Nokia handset which still had a T-Mobile SIM card but no longer working. It’s not uncommon to find “prizes” in food packaging such as those you find in cereal boxes. But it’s stranger losing a cell phone to a cod fish to only have it caught and returned. The Sun, a British tabloid newspaper, reported news about a businessman who lost his phone while on a beach. After a week, he was reunited with it thanks to a fisherman who caught the 25 pound fish. It’s almost amazing what they can eat and still survive after ingesting something toxic. You’ll never know what will happen next. Maybe you’ll sit down at a fancy restaurant on a Friday night and order a tasty fish & chips meal to find a side of cell phone with it? You never know…

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1. Dexter

Posts: 10; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

I know, I put my hand in my pocket the other day and found some strange phone that was not my own. Then I realized my hand was in someone else's pocket, it was crazy.

2. phoneguy

Posts: 213; Member since: Jan 08, 2009


3. Izzy2k2

Posts: 11; Member since: Apr 19, 2008

Wow... Lmao. I can't say that has ever happened to me.

4. Dexter

Posts: 10; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

I'm just joking, you'd have to be pretty retarded to pull a stunt like that. The real question is, did that lady eat the chips? I bet she did.

5. david_the_gom

Posts: 114; Member since: Dec 20, 2008

wow... i was gonna post similar reply to #2, and i saw this one... you made me laughing for a while dexter... good job, man...

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