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Because Life Is Actually A Joke, You Can Now Be Murdered By Your Phone Charger

By / 06.27.14

This is probably the one time in my life I’m okay with the fact that my phone is such a piece of shit that I know it wouldn’t be able to kill me. It’s that useless. As in, it takes over a minute to open text messages useless. On the other side of the spectrum, we have this woman’s phone charger, aka Jason Bourne with a wifi signal.

“Mother-of-two Sheryl Anne Aldeguer was found dead while wearing headphones inside an East Gosford home with burns on her ears and chest after a faulty charger sent a high voltage through her body…

It is believed a dodgy $4.95 phone charger sent a high-voltage electrical pulse into her phone, which transferred to the earphones she had connected to a laptop.”

Via SMH

Not gonna lie, I’d totally shell out for a $4.95 phone charger, even if it came with a label that read “May or may not kill you.” I mean you’re getting what you paid for, right? As in if I got food poisoning from a McDouble I wouldn’t be mad. I paid a fucking DOLLAR for a cheeseburger, what was I expecting? As for this poor woman, there’s a whole investigation being done about the murderous phone charger…

“‘We will ceratinly be further investigating an outlet which we have detected have supplied theses types of non-complaint articles (chargers) with a view to prosecution,’ Mr Stowe said.”

But really, maybe next time you should shell out the extra $3 and not die.


TAGSaccidental deathDeathphone chargersPhones
Rebecca Martinson
About Rebecca Martinson... Rebecca Martinson is a recent graduate from the University of Maryland who is notoriously known throughout the Internet for being really, really adequate at writing emails. She joined BroBible right after graduating in the Spring of 2014 and doesn't hate it...yet.

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