Lonely man gets £91,000 phone bill for phoning up the sexy ladies
A very lonely man has run up a £91,184 phone bill in two months after enjoying a premium rate sex line a little too much, after his missus left him. Kevin Waldrum split with his partner and saw adverts for the service on the telly, and preceded to get stuck in.
Sadly for Mr Waldrum, he didn't realise that the internet is jammed-packed with bongo films which you can watch for free, or indeed, he could've enjoyed the battery-farm sex fun of Babestation without ringing a soul.
Either way, our plucky onanist worked up nearly £20,000's worth of smut and Vodafone were more than happy to send him the bill. That didn't stop him as he continued apace, receiving a second bill which totalled £71,850.
This caused poor Kevin to complain to Vodafone saying: "The Vodafone need shutting down because they're ripping people off left, right and centre. I am so down, depressed, desperate and anxious over the whole situation."
Note the lovely use of 'The Vodafone'. He continued: "I'm not putting all the blame on them but not even multi-millionaires would want to spend this much on a phone bill, surely, so why I have been allowed to go up to £91,000."
Because you've been ringing mucky chatlines which are infamously costly.
Now, poor old Kevin says he feels 'physically sick' when he sees Vodafone shops and that he felt a 'special bond' with one of the girls on the line he regularly spoke to.
A Vodafone statement on the situation, said: "We had previously barred a phone used by Mr Waldrum on September 11 for high usage but he got round this by requesting a replacement SIM card from a retail store, saying he had lost the original." They have reduced the bill in a bid to be nice, however, once the charges are waived, poor old Kevin Waldrum is still liable for £29,083.
Kevin, if you're reading this, put the phone down and learn how to use a search engine.