You Sexted Your Entire Address Book?

A word of warning to those of you who like sexting. Be very careful not to fat finger it to everyone in your phone address book, because that’s a jailing right there. A swimming coach in the UK found himself facing 18 months jail after he inadvertently sent a message, intended for his girlfriend (asking for sex “skin on skin”), to everyone on his Blackberry smartphone including family, friends and two girls aged 13 and 14. The fact he sent the message to two minors saw him face court, as it wasn’t clear who the message was intended for. Luckily for him he was granted an appeal and the judge suspended his sentence .

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11 responses to “You Sexted Your Entire Address Book?

  1. Ok I’ll be really careful 😉

  2. Technological development moves faster than our ability to create rules or ways of thinking about it — the courts don’t stand a chance. Still, it’ll do ’em good to not have any Latin words of precedent to rely upon, they might actually have to talk like regular people, and use common sense instead of arbitrary punishments:

    “Your Honor, look at his fingers! And look at the size of that button.”
    “I’ll allow it – as long as he gets a phone with buttons more appropriate to his hand size.” *gavel bang*

  3. Stupid, yes, but jail time?

  4. Wonder what his Mum & Grandma thought??? And his Dad & brothers???

  5. Androgoth

    I don’t have a Blackberry, actually the
    Strawberries are a bit thin on the ground
    too so hopefully that won’t happen to me 😦

  6. Seen sexting on a tv show called Chuck and it looks quite a silly fun thing to do with your partner but the smarter the phone the more likely it will bite you on your arse (bottom)

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