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Friday, 11 November 2011 14:07

Man calls 911 about broken iPhone

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Gets arrested, ridiculed by us


A 48-year-old Illinois man was arrested earlier this week after he repeatedly called 911 to complain that his iPhone was not working.

The official Kendall County Sheriff’s Office arrest report states that Alan Skopec called 911 on five occasions to moan about his phone. Eventually the officers got quite fed up with him and paid a visit to his home to investigate disorderly conduct. Skopec was arrested for resisting an officer, the report states.

The middle aged fanboy was apparently drunk at the time of his arrest, which explains a lot. And all this time we though Android Police was a just another tech news site.

You can check out the report here.



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