Mom has phone stolen, finds couple's porn in her Dropbox

It's a curious affair when your phone is pickpocketed and then your Dropbox is adorned with porn from an unknown couple. Might the two things be related?

Broody. WPIX Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET

Insult isn't always added to injury. Sometimes, it's just added to insult.

Please, for a few moments, put yourself in the mind and body of Victoria Brodsky. She's a mom who was attached to her Samsung Galaxy S3, until she wasn't.

It was allegedly pilfered from her at a street fair. Well, she lives in Brooklyn, so, you know, things happen there. Things other than whining, that is.

As the New York Daily News has it, Brodsky, a mom of two, had decided to put the loss of her phone down to the slings and arrows of life.

But then she espied technological activity in which Cupid's arrows might have played a twisted role.

For in her Dropbox she discovered images and footage of a naked couple. Brodsky herself wasn't a party to this writhing party. The dates on the images suggested that they had been taken between the time her phone had disappeared and a replacement had arrived.

She had, indeed, linked her Galaxy with her Dropbox, and here were images of trouser-dropping carnality from another galaxy.

The lady and gentleman in question look broodily into the camera. As for the videos, Brodsky told the Daily News: "Sex looks very boring in their house."

This footage seems, however, to have galvanized her. She now claims she wants justice.

"They were celebrating the theft," she told WPIX-TV with indignation.

"They were getting turned on over stealing somebody's phone," she added. It's odd what some people find exciting. But if they truly found this so arousing, why was the sex allegedly so boring?

"There's other ways of surviving in this world," said Brodsky, didactically.

The police remain unimpressed by this naked evidence. They told WPIX-TV that just because this brooding footage is on display, it doesn't mean that these people stole the phone.

Perhaps they are an innocent couple and filming themselves is just their way of surviving.

If this is the case, they would surely not be alone.

 

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