Ah, a fresh entry in our “how to get yourself into trouble with your cell phone” archives, along with videoing yourself having sex and having it turn up in porn shops, and the guy denying a crime involving an AK47 just as his cell phone displayed a photo of him… holding the AK47, and, of course, the ubiquitous upskirting and downblousing.
Our newest entry is the woman who carried around on her cell phone pictures of herself, naked. “Why?”, you may ask. Who knows? Indeed, some of you may say “who cares?” The point is, there she was, in all her glory, naked, in pictures on her cell phone.
And then she got pulled over for a DUI.
And, for some reason, after she had already had the breathalyzer, and otherwise complied with the nice officers, for some reason the nice officers decided to look on her cell phone to see what they could see.
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And all that they could see…and all that they could see..was the other side of the suspect… the naked side.
And..just to be safe..you know.. to preserve evidence… the arresting officer put copies of those pictures on his personal PDA.
And showed them to a few people.
He claims that “he copied the photos to his PDA because he thought it was unusual and could be used as evidence later.”
Said the woman’s attorney, “It’s a ridiculous allegation. I think he’s trying to show that there’s been unusual behavior on the part of my client. In fact, the unusual behavior was on the part of the officers for copying these photos on his PDA and showing them to other people. That’s the unusual part.”
I dunno, nabbing pictures of naked women and showing them to your cronies is no more unusual than carrying around pictures of yourself naked on your phone.
Perhaps more wrong, particularly in this context, but no less usual.
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