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Police in Tulcea have reacted. They however do know who they are and where they live. It was not my goal to offend or generalize the Romanian population with the gypsies that stole my phone. I apologise for this. I thought I had seen everything and thought these photos could not get any worse but then I received following pictures. First of all I find rather weird to see their kid grow up so fast.
The publisher of Life of a stranger who stole my phone had her phone stolen in Spain. Four months later, she finds a bunch of photos in her Dropbox app folder.
The Dropbox app allows its users to automatically photos from their smart-phones onto the internet. So the guy using her phone hasn't yet realised that the app is still active on the device and transferring the pictures he takes, to the lady whom it was stolen from.
She, on the other hand, grabbed the opportunity and started a blog featuring the times and life of this man from Dubai, whose pictures leave little to one's imagination. And here's another Tumblr fromwith a similar tale and a happy ending - thisguyhasmymacbook.
Have you or someone you know made the use of social media to find their lost belonging? Tell us your story.
Breaking News. Home Technology. A Tumblr of pictures from a stolen phone A lady who lost her smart phone on a vacation takes public shaming to a whole new level with this hilarious Tumblr blog containing pictures from her stolen device that she regularly receives thanks to an app on the phone.
Written By Ruchi Kumar. Source DNA webdesk.