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A lost iPhone leads to the arrival of gentleman callers [Rodgers Forge]

Score this one in the parenting win column.

Mike Jackson, of Murdock Road, gave his daughter, Harper, a deactivated iPhone so she could text, use FaceTime, and play games. But he knows his daughter very well, and since she is like most 8 year olds, he prepared for the inevitable – a lost iPhone.

So he wrote on a piece of paper, "If found, please call [Mike's cellphone number]," took a picture of the paper and saved it as her phone's wallpaper. That way, if someone turned the phone on, they would see the message and (hopefully) call him.

While it was a good plan, realistically, Mike figured if she lost the phone, it would...