[UPDATE] An incredible pickpocket in central China’s Henan province has been caught on camera stealing a phone using a pair of chopsticks. He was lifting the phone from a woman’s pocket as she cycled along a busy road. Photographs show him running after the unsuspecting cyclist. The thief was later seen examining his gains before selling the phone, which is a Xiaomi Phone 1s, in a nearby second hand shop for 60 yuan (US$9.6). A passer-by caught him in the act and photographed the whole incident and posted the pictures on Chinese social media. Pressured by the circulating news reports after the picture was widely circulated, the thief turned himself into police. You can watch the gif animation on the stealing act after the jump.
A Chinese man living in Beijing said he reported the loss of his iPhone to Apple’s customer service center in January. He was hoping if the thieves return the phone to the repair site, it could be buckle down. His phone did eventually turn up, and maintenance record has also been traced, but his lost iPhone still taken away by someone else. Some authorized maintenance center don’t require customers to provide an invoice and maintenance card for repairing, the loophole gives the opportunity for those who have stolen phones to exchange it for a new one. All maintenance centers have been authorized to retailers, responded Apple, adding that the incidents should be handled by the retailers. Lawyers said Apple does not bear any responsibility for any losses on the part of the previous owners …
During the China national holiday, a young man has been compensated for damage to his iPhone 4 after it was snatched by a monkey in a monkey park in Benxi, Liaoning Province, northeast China. The Mischievoust monkey escaped from its cage in the park to beg for food among the thick crowds of tourists. When visitors began feeding the monkey, the young man took out his Apple gadget to take pictures of the scene. When the monkey heard the shutter sound effect from the camera phone, it rushed toward the man and grabbed away the iPhone 4 before returning to its cage …
Finally somebody thinks a Samsung Galaxy Note is worth more than an iPhone. Recently in Chengdu city, a man visited a China Mobile store for many times, and one day, he stole a Samsung Galaxy Note while the staff was helping him to register a new phone number. So how the hell did the man steal the Galaxy Note? Check out the video after the break.
A four-year-old little boy has stolen an iPhone 4S in a clothing store at Chongqing city. The Apple gadget was placed at the cashier for charging and it was belonged to an employee of the store. After serving some customer, the employee was ready to go back to the cashier and picked up her iPhone, but it was found missing, the only thing left was the data line which was connected to the computer. The employee do remember there is no customer go near to the cashier, so how the iPhone got stolen ?
Previously, we have high school girl hiding many iPhones under her dress and caught by the custom, now we are shocked to see this Chinese woman using a similar method to steal large milk tins while an accomplice distracted the store keeper. The incident was caught on CCTV in a grocery store in Huizhou, a Guangdong city in central China. The woman apparently took less than six seconds to finish the hilarious move. The store keeper later realized their goods have been stolen and ran out to chase for the thieves, but they had already gone …
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