Is this Britain’s stupidest criminal? Man wanted after taking selfie with missing phone

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This lounging man will no doubt be less relaxed when he discovered he is wanted by police, after accidentally uploading a selfie taken on a stolen phone. See SWNS stopry SWSELFIE: Hampshire Police would like to speak to this man in connection with the theft of two Samsung mobile phones from a bag in a nightclub in Portsmouth on April 25. A couple of days later, the 21-year-old victim noticed a picture had been taken on her phone, which was set to automatically upload any images to her dropbox account to save memory. A spokesman from Hampshire Police said: ìWe are now investigating photos that appear to have been uploaded from one of these phones, and would like to speak to the man shown in these images.î Whoops: This man is wanted by police after deciding to take a selfie with the missing phone (Picture: SWNS)

There’s no doubt the whole selfie craze has got a bit out of hand. But it’s not all bad.

Police are looking for a man who took a photo of himself on a mobile phone believed to be stolen – which was promptly sent to the phone’s owner.

Daniela, 21, who had lost her phone during a night out in Portsmouth with a friend, was stunned when she found an image of a man had been uploaded automatically to her Dropbox account.

The man in question is wearing a white shirt and appears to be waving.

Daniela and her friend Jennyfer, 28, noticed their Samsung Galaxy phones were missing when they left a nightclub and now Daniela suspects the man in the photo took the phones from her bag.

‘I had my bag with me all night…

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