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Posted on: September 17, 2008, 11:53:23 am
Posted by: caskur
I bought a demo model TV with a combined built in video recorder.

Not long after using it, it started chewing tapes.

I didn't plan on buying a demo model but like the girl in the article, it was the only one left.

I won't make that mistake again.
Posted on: September 17, 2008, 10:52:59 am
Posted by: Damion Hellstrom
The moral is don't buy demo models.
Posted on: September 17, 2008, 04:24:00 am
Posted by: caskurô

Staff took **** pics with new mobile phone

By Gavin King
September 17, 2008 08:45am

A WOMAN was disgusted to find her new mobile phone contained pornographic images of a female employee from the Dick Smith Electronics store where she had just bought the phone.

The images include a woman naked from the waist down lying on a bed performing a sex act, a man holding his **** and consecutive shots of the woman in her bra and pulling her pants down.

The Cairns university student who bought the phone said she discovered the images among 49 photos stored on the phone, the Cairns Post reported.

"It's sickening to think I've been using this phone near my face when it was used to take all of these photos," she said.

"I'm not disgusted by what she did, what people do in their own homes is their business. "But I'm disgusted that it was left on the shelf to be sold."

The store sold her a display phone because it was the last one in stock, but she later contacted the store to complain that it was faulty because she could barely hear callers talking.

She then accessed the phone's menu and discovered 49 images, including the female staff member in her Dick Smith Electronic uniform outside the store, two other people, and what is believed to be various interior shots of a hotel room.

A Dick Smith Electronics spokesperson said the company was investigating.

"Incidences like this are practically unheard of on new phones direct from the manufacturer," he said.

Read more on this story in the Cairns Post

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