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Fishy Nokia story

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by Telekom, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. Telekom

    Telekom Bronze Senior Member
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    Andrew Cheatle thought his Nokia handset had been lost at sea after it slipped from his pocket.

    But a week later his girlfriend’s mobile rang and it was fisherman Glen Kerley saying he’d found the phone in a 25lb fish.

    Andrew got the handset back, dried it out — and amazingly it still works.

    Andrew, 45, said: “I was messing about with my dog and my phone must have fallen out and been swept out in the swell.

    “I kept calling it but I gave up hope after a couple of days.”

    He was shopping for a new phone with girlfriend Rita Smith, 33, when her mobile went off.

    She told him: “Your old mobile number is calling my phone.”

    Andrew continued: “She said some guy was going on about my phone and a cod so she handed it over to me and he told me where he had found it

    Fisherman found my lost phone in the belly of a 25lb cod ...and it still works after a week in a fish | The Sun |News
     
  2. Bluzjamer

    Bluzjamer New Member

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    Ok, What model number please we all need one of these.
     
  3. Telekom

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