kellandj wrote:The other day my wife was walking on a narrow but empty pavement, when she dropped her phone. She picked it up, saw someone approaching and moved to the side as much as possible to check if her phone was OK. The man approaching deliberately bumped into her and aggressively mumbled something about "watching where you're going". Some people, eh. I bet he wouldn't have done that with me.look folks!
just don't walk dangerously looking at your 'phone and almost crashing into people and not being aware of your surroundings.
frankly, i'm with the muggers!
you are a danger to shipping and perhaps having your 'phone nicked will teach you to get a life!
using your smartphone without due care and attention on the pavement should be an offence as with operating a motor. is just as dangerous, and you look like such a saddo.
Truthmonkey-home wrote:If only this were a common experience.
A friend of mine who had his iPhone stolen from him recently in London called the police to let them know he had tracking activated and could tell them where the phone was currently
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