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[November 26 AFP] It wrote out, and the criminal who stole the smart phone (multifunctional mobile phone) “iPhone (iPhone)” had a telephone number which goes up to 11 pages registered into the mobile phone, and mainly mailed it in China.
The China state media reported on the 25th.
According to ? Xinhua News Agency (Xinhua) communication, Mr. elephant Bin (Japanese syllabary) is regarded as iPhone having been stolen when a taxi is shared.
Although Mr. Elephant had registered the contact of about 1000 affairs into iPhone, like many people in the world, it does not backup [ the ] but it is said that the head was held in losing the connection book rather than iPhone.
?, then Mr. Elephant send text messages to a criminal. “it turns out that he is the person who sat beside me.
It was told to the criminal that it certainly found out.”
“If the contact of my mobile phone is looked at, it should understand what kind of occupation I have taken up.
If it was those discreet, returning a mobile phone” and Mr. Elephant added.
The tone of ? message was a threat without how to mistake.
Although Mr. Elephant is working in the pub industry, in China, the pub industry is widely regarded as there being a gang team and relation.
■ “The contact list of handwritten” [ which goes up to 11 pages ] Arrive.
Mr. Elephant received the SIM card and the telephone number list which amount to 11 pages and which was written carefully by mail several days after ?.
It is said that Mr. Elephant was also surprised at this result.
“Probably, copying from the 1st piece to the 1000th piece took considerable time because there was not only a name but a sequence of a number.
Mr. Elephant said, “A criminal’s hand would be that it is swollen.”
The net user of ? China sent the eulogy to the criminal, and praised it as “It is the conscience of the industry (theft).”
The user with microblog service “Sina Weibo (Sina Weibo)” of ? China said, “It is a sincere thief with the feeling of ethics as a pro which can sympathize not at all.”