People have been having problems with their cell phone pics recently.
Last week two stories involving cell phones and adult photos made international headlines. In New Jersey, a wife found “a raunchy photo attached to an e-mail to a woman” in her husband’s sent e-mail file.
When she confronted him, he said that people at Apple “told him it is an iPhone glitch – that photos sometimes automatically attach themselves to an email address and appear in the sent folder, even though no email was ever sent.”
She asked if such a thing was possible on an Apple support forum where users gave her answers like,“It’s a glitch, but only happens if the pic is sufficiently raunchy,” and, “I think your marriage has a glitch.”
The wife said her marriage was depending on the asnwers she recieved from the support forum, so she may be filling for divorce soon.
And later on the world learned that a husband left his cell phone, which contained naked pictures of his wife, at a Mcdonald’s in Fayetville, Arkansas.
Instead of just holding it for him, someone at McD’s decided to post the pictures online, along with the woman’s name, address, and phone number. The couple says they have suffered distress and embarrassment, and even had to move to a new home because of the incident. They’re now suing McDonald’s for $3 million.
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