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Location: Metro (public train) | Date: Some time in June 2004
Posted by: Vanquish | Bluejackers device: Sony Ericsson P800

Well it was a earlier this year on a warm Saturday (which is a first for Newcastle upon Tyne) and I was on my way into the town centre to see a film with a mate. I was on the Metro, a public train service, sitting in the corner of one of the carriages playing on my rather large and annoying phone (the size of my P800 embarrassed me in public!). To end my grief I thought about bluejacking someone and decided to give it a go. I searched for devices, and found two. T68i and 7650. Because I owned a T68i, I decided to target the Nokia (hehe). I sent a message – “Your Metro ticket is not valid, please get off at the next station, Thank you” to the Nokia, and looked out with that ‘bluejacker’s innocent face’ to see hear or see anything that might have been sparked by my little message. We were nearing a stop, and to my surprise, a girl stood up, holding a Nokia 7650!!

She was proper lush, so I felt kinda guilty. She was a bit red, and kept on looking around at the security cameras and at her phone puzzlingly. So I sent her another one, saying ‘only joking lovely’, and she immediately went completely pink and frantically looked around to see who had sent her this message. It was pretty hilarious! And then I sent her one saying “You have been bluejacked” and left it there. By this time, she had sat back down, and luckily no-one had noticed her get up and down; I didn’t want to embarrass her that much. But, as I was about to leave, I couldn’t resist sending her one final message: “Nice skirt”. There was a boy playing on his phone nearby (about my age), who she noticed, and started glaring at – much to my disappointment. It would have been funny seeing her look at me, and I could have shot her a wink or two, but it was not to be.

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