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1000 Hand Written Contacts From Stolen Iphone

A Chinese man, Mr Zou's mobile phone (Iphone 4) was stolen after sharing a texi with 3 strangers. He used his friend's phone to send a message to his stolen phone, "I know that you were the person sitting next to me. If you check the numbers stored in my phone, you know what I will do to you. Please send my phone to this address xxx."

A few days later, Mr. Zou received a package. After opening, he was stunned: a complete hand written copy of his contacts list which numbered nearly 1000, and his sim card was returned.

Mr Zou did not report the theft to the police. He said the contacts were more important than the phone.

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