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Phone Thieves Unknowingly Upload Sad Homemade P0rno To Owner's Dropbox

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Seen here looking like some sad parent p0rn, two phone thieves (or possibly just the buyers of a stolen product) pose during the homemade sex tape they made using a stolen phone. Unbeknownst to them, all photos and videos taken on the phone were automatically being uploaded to the rightful owner's dropbox. Now the whole internet can see it. Although why anybody would want to is beyond me.

Victoria Brodsky's phone went missing this past August, when she and some friends went to a street fair in Brooklyn.


Then, one week later, a series of photographs of a nude couple began popping up in her Dropbox account, which automatically uploads photos from her phone. By the end of day, a video of the couple having sex showed up, too. Not that she found the pictures appealing:

"Sex looks very boring in their house," she told the New York Daily News, who she turned to for help in catching the porn loving culprits.

That sucks for the thieves. Not only is everybody going to know you're lowly stealers, but now they're gonna know you're not even good at sex. CRIME DOESN'T PAY. And neither do leaked amateur p0rn tapes, so if that was your master plan it's high time to rethink things.

Keep going for one more shot in case you weren't sure how not hard you were going to hunt down the actual video.

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Thanks to PYY, who agrees if you're going to make a p0rno you should do it right and hire a whole production crew.

There are Comments.
  • SlowMonkey

    Police:" Ms. Brodsky, it may be best to leave this crime unsolved"

  • Syphon

    Pics or it didn't happen... Oh wait...

  • SlowMonkey

    It took 2 days to quit laughing about this and now you started me in again. If I wanted to laugh even harder I would watch the damn thing. And I have never watched porn in my life. This could quite possibly replace The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

  • Joe bob

    I wonder if they are legally in the U.S.?

  • Derpytheclown

    Is anyone really surprised they're Mexican?

    Edit; Kate is in insufferable liberal feminist douche- you can't take her vote seriously, as it was made with her vagina, as we all know they're the least trustworthy organ in a woman.

  • Joe bob

    Scumbags come in all shades and persuasions. But I do question their legal status in the U.S. But it doesn't really matter,

  • Jared Gonzales

    ummm...fuck you and eat a dick you racist douche.

  • Derpytheclown

    gr8 b8 m8 8.8/8

  • mz001

    If the phone embeds the current GPS coordinates like many cameras today it's just a matter of going to that place and looking for the people in that picture.
    Something even the police should be able to manage.

  • grimbldoo

    You turned to the news for help? No, you turned to the news to make yourself feel better. How about you head the authorities first. You'll get the same result, no phone.

  • Patrick Banks

    Who leaves their purse unattended? In a crowded street fair?
    She wants justice? I think she just learned a lesson in not leaving your valuables where less fortunates may be tempted to snatch them.

    And if that couple finds themselves half exposed in the news and being treated like sexual deviant pickpockets, they have every right to sue on account of innocent until proven guilty. No witnesses, and as many have said- it is far more likely that they purchesed the phone at a very cheap price off some shady phone dealer in the subways.

  • Joe bob

    I don't see where she left her phone unattended? Perhaps she pick pocketed?

  • so you were saying that the 'unfortunate' couple might have bought a smartphone and not bother hard resetting it before using? then that is totally 'unfortunate' for them. also, i don't understand why would anyone not have their phone secure with password or something and thus allowing such things to happen. back to the topic of the 'unfortunate', if they try to sue, they will be on the losing end, regardless they 'bought' the phone or not. really. it don't take a genius to figure that out.

  • You'd be surprised how many people legitimately buy smart phones and have no idea at all how to operate them or what they can do. My mom gets scared when she has to hit the delete key on her computer because she mistyped a word, and she just got a tablet.

    So these people didn't know to reset the phone. If they bought cheap subway vendor phones, then they may not be as educated as you are. That doesn't mean that they should be punished for being stupid.

    Likewise, people sue all the time for really dumb shit, and then win. You don't need to show guilt beyond reasonable doubt for a civil suit, you just have to show a lot of evidence that someone did what you are accusing them of, and that it hurt you. I'm sure that wouldn't be a problem.

  • Kaizer Chief

    I guess this girl doesn't know that "home screen lock" is a thing.

  • atticus99

    A week later. So more likely to be whoever bought it from the thief. Stupid and wrong, but does that make it OK to violate their privacy?

  • adffdas

    yes. because it was funny

  • Azariel_z

    I totally agree with that.

  • OrehRatiug

    Did you just go and read the main articles comments and decide to say the same thing they did?

  • atticus99

    No. It's pretty obvious. Phone thieves don't usually hang on to them for long. They know they can often be tracked. And they want money, not a phone.

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