FRIENDS and family of a woman who lost her phone for the second time in a week have paid tribute to the 45-year-old, described as a scatterbrain, with floods of messages pouring onto her Facebook page, it has been reported.
One family member told our reporters of the second tragedy to hit the poor woman in as little as seven days:
“She dropped her phone on Saturday night when we are all in the pub having a girlies’ night out. Luckily her phone was found and handed into the police.
“But then on Tuesday afternoon, she dropped it down the bottom of her shopping trolley in ASDA. It was horrific. The screen was a little bit damaged but she could still send text messages.”
Messages of support flooded the woman’s Facebook page followed by a campaign to help pay for a screen protector that fits most to all Samsung Galaxy models.
A police spokesperson said: “Fortunately this tragedy had a happy ending but we urge everyone to look after their phones. Losing your phone is the worst tragedy any individual can suffer. It’s absolutely horrific. Nobody should have to go through it.”