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iPhone, Milk And 2 Sugars Thanks

Everything seemed normal for a 23-year-old man and a 21-year-old girl from the Dalmatian city of Split when they ordered brand new Apple iPhone’s via the internet. When the postman finally turned up yesterday with their purchases, the packaging looked like an iPhone, felt like an iPhone, but the pair, in separate incidents in different parts of the city, were left shocked and angered when they opened the box to find 250 grams of coffee instead of their new smart phones.

It will probably be the most expensive coffee the pair ever purchase, unless they one day buy civet coffee, both forked out closed to 300 euros for the “coffee”.

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