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By Anonymous - / Sunday 11 February 2018 15:00 /
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By  almost_there44  |  26

Going through his phone was wrong. Boom, out the way. Him taking pictures of your house, room, and especially naked sleeping body without your consent is wrong. This is not something you "talk out", you run. Escort him out, I wouldn't even confront him alone because you never know how he would react. People on here are more upset over the fact that you went through his phone than what was actually on his phone.

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  Rabite  |  25

What? You wouldn't be scared if someone you barely know would take pictures of your whole flat, you sleeping and especially your naked body without your consent?? Are you kidding me?

By  saffy66  |  34

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  almost_there44  |  26

Yes, going through someone's phone is wrong. But if that's the only problem you see here then there is an issue. Just saying, "y'all deserve each other" while pointing out her mundane act but not many of his is a joke.

By  almost_there44  |  26

Going through his phone was wrong. Boom, out the way. Him taking pictures of your house, room, and especially naked sleeping body without your consent is wrong. This is not something you "talk out", you run. Escort him out, I wouldn't even confront him alone because you never know how he would react. People on here are more upset over the fact that you went through his phone than what was actually on his phone.

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  ArtLover  |  12

I totally agree, while both are illegal, one of them is clearly on another level, not to mention looking through someone's phone is what half the populace does anyway (although it still doesn't justify it, people are overreacting here)

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  chyiochan  |  27

It's a little iffy on the illegal part. If he leaves his phone unlocked, it isn't technically illegal. It's why police require a warrant if they want your password for your phone, but are allowed to look through if it's unlocked. (as its considered in plain sight) But again, it depends where it happens, how it takes place. While OP is a jerk for looking through, she may have possibly saved herself a lot of trouble or even her life down the line.

By  RichardPencil  |  24

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