On Monday state media said, a thief in Chinese wrote meticulously 11 pages of telephone numbers from his taken iPhone and send them to the owner.
The Xinhua news agency said that the thief is assumed that he had taken the Apple handset from Zou Bin when they shared on a taxi.
Zou Bin said in a text message to the pickpocket, “I know you are the man who sat beside upon me. I can assure you that I will find you.”
“Look through the contact numbers in my mobile and you will know what trade I am in,” he added. “Send me back the phone to the address below if you are sensible.”
The message said by Zou Bin it was actually threatening to the thief. He’d work in a public industry, which China is extensively totally have links with gangs.
One day he received a message with 11 pages surely it was a handwritten contact numbers. But the thief remains silent.
Zou Bin messaged him. “It would take a while to write from one to one thousand, let alone names and a whole string of digits. I suppose (the thief’s) hand is swelling,”
They believed that the theft this month is somewhere between Yiyang and Changsha in central province of Hunan.
For the efforts of Chinese Internet users gave to the thief applause. And he dubbed “the conscience of the theft industry”.