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This Is How You Smuggle 94 iPhones over the Chinese Border

A man has been arrested at the Chinese border for attempting to enter china with 94 iPhones strapped to his body, according to a Sina news report. A citizen of Hong Kong, the man had strapped rings of iPhones around his thighs, torso, calves, and crotch, using a combination of plastic bags and masking tape. Pictures show both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The phones have been seized, and are currently being held by customs officials.

The latest batch of iPhones have been available in China for months, but smuggling is still common for stolen phones, which are often easier to fence in Asia. According to the report, so-called “mobile armor” is a fairly common tactic for phone smugglers. Police noticed this particular smuggler due to “weird walking posture, joint stiffness and muscle tension,” an obvious result of covering your entire body in touchscreens.

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