Cell phone locator hoax

 

A 33-year-old Korean man was found dead on November 28, apparently killed by a cell phone battery explosion.  That was the initial declaration made by Professor Kim Hoon at Chungbuk National University, who examined the body.

The man, identified only by his family name, Sur, was found dead by his co-workers at a quarry in North Chungcheong Province where he was employed as a shovel operator.

According to the co-worker who found him, "He had a mobile phone with a melted battery in his left shirt pocket. His shirt had soot on it in the shape of the phone."

Cell phone locator hoax

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A 33-year-old Korean man was found dead on November 28, apparently killed by a cell phone battery explosion.  That was the initial declaration made by Professor Kim Hoon at Chungbuk National University, who examined the body.

The man, identified only by his family name, Sur, was found dead by his co-workers at a quarry in North Chungcheong Province where he was employed as a shovel operator.

According to the co-worker who found him, "He had a mobile phone with a melted battery in his left shirt pocket. His shirt had soot on it in the shape of the phone."