Source Pravda.Ru

Elderly thief throws stolen touch phone out being unable to use it

In the town of Mezhdurechensk (Russia's Kuzbass region), a pensioner stole a touch phone, but then threw it out since the lady did not find any buttons on the phone. The woman decided that the mobile device was broken, officials said.

"A 66-year-old pensioner stole the phone in a store. She could not use the gadget due to its technical complexity. The woman also thought that the phone was defective because there were no buttons on it," law-enforcement officials said.

The damage amounted to 7,000 rubles ($230). The malefactor was found with the help of security camera installed in the store.  

 

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