Why You Shouldn’t Leave Nude Photos of Yourself on Your Cell Phone, Part 542

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​As regular readers have learned many times before, it’s rarely wise to leave photographs of yourself naked in any place where they can easily be sent to lots and lots of people. But it took a 23-year-old woman’s lost cell phone to remind her of this valuable lesson…


She was chowing last Friday night at the Copper River Grill in Boiling Springs, South Carolina. She believes she lost her cell phone in the parking lot as she was leaving.

Lo and behold, the next day people on her phone’s contact list began receiving text messages from her phone. That wouldn’t be much of a problem — if the messages didn’t include attachments with naked photos of the phone’s owner.

The woman, we presume, had kept an archive of her barenakedness in her phone. You never know when you’re going to have a nude photograph emergency.

The woman called the cops, who apparently still haven’t found the person who enjoys sharing pictorial representations of the female form. The bigger problem was that Boost Mobile, her provider, didn’t disconnect her phone until Monday, leaving her friends, family, distant acquaintances and professional associates the entire weekend to behold the onslaught of pictures.

A fun time was had by all.

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