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$2,700 Cellular Bill From A Stork
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10 Jul 2018 11:59 AM EST

Birds aren’t really known for making cell phone calls, so when it happens, the event is somewhat note worthy. According to Geek.com, a sim card stolen from a stork named Kajtek, has been used to rack up a $2,700 cellular bill. A Polish conservationist group called, Grupa EkoLogiczna, had been using the sim card in a device to keep track of migratory storks, when suddenly the GPS data from this bird’s device stopped. Then months later, the device unexpectedly registered again, and showed that there were at least 20 calls made and a $2700 bill to go along with it. It’s suspected that the bird died, and someone is now using the sim card

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