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Watch out for this Turkish junk - Fake iPhone 4S [Video]
posted June 4 2012 11:03.04 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Some days ago, when i returned from my work, i heard my neighbor cursing for someone sold him a fake iPhone for 50 Euro. He said that it was stolen, and he was acting kinda funny pretending that he was afraid that the cops might bust him. Well, indeed, he was afraid of the cops but they were not going to accuse him for sealing, but for fraud.

Here is what my neighbor got, and i tell you that you can hardly tell the difference from the real thing, unless you have time to examine it...



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