This is so hilarious. After taking a phone from its owner, you ask for the password to use the phone. Pretty hilarious. *lol*
A psychology student, Beth Freestone, from Grantham in Lincolnshire lost her phone on a night out in Manchester.
Months later the 18-year-old was surprised to receive a message on Facebook from a woman claiming to have found the phone and demanding Beth’s iCloud passwords so she could use it herself.
The shameless message read: ‘Hi, I hope you don’t mind me asking but I was given this phone that I believe you lost and I’m just using it for 2 weeks whilst mine is repaired but I am unable to use it without the password for iCloud is it possible to get it so I can sign out and into my own account. Thank you in advance xx’ [sic]
In a further insult, when Beth sent the woman £5 postage fee after she agreed to send the phone back, she kept the cash then blocked Beth so she could no longer contact her.
Conversation between the thief and Beth Freestone:
Beth’s friends tried getting across through calls and texts all to no avail.
After being threatened not to call the police and yet haven’t sent the phone, Beth finally exposed the woman on social media and her post amassed some 20,000 retweets and likes