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iPhone Electric-Shock Weapons Seized by Australian Cops


The iPhone is an inventive little gadget, and has probably shocked a few people over the years, but never quite like this. Australian officials have intercepted a shipment more than 6,000 weapons from China, including a batch of iPhone lookalikes that deliver a painful, potentially incapacitating electric shock. According to a report and photographs provided by the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, officers at the port of Melbourne seized the phony iPhones, which came with instructions labeling them as “iPhone 4 super ultra electronic thin riot” equipment, as well as brass knuckles, batons and shock weapons disguised as flashlights.

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