A Fox has reportedly stolen a phone and subsequently send SMS messages from it. Here’s how it happened: kids spotted a fox near their homes and tried to attract it with an iPhone app that simulates the sound of a dying rabbit (there’s really an app for everything!). Left on the ground, the phone indeed attracted the Fox (probably by saying “diner time” in “fox/rabbit language”) which grabbed the phone and ran away with it.Kids then tried to located the phone by calling it, and surprisingly the Fox answered the call, although the conversation was not very constructive. The Fox subsequently send a text message, saying “Jlv In ø \ a0ab 34348tu åaugjoi zølbmosdji jsøg ijio sjiw”.
The kids shot a video of the iPhone being grabbed by the Fox. It’s too bad that we don’t get to see the Fox actually texting back. To be honest, having a Fox send text messages is a bit weird, but what’s even more bizarre is that ”dying rabbit” sound . I have never heard a dying rabbit, but if it does sound like this, that’s pretty scary. Video below:
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