iPhone lost for 10 years pulled from toilet after woman hears strange noise
Now we know where all our lost items are
Having lost her mobile phone 10-years prior, a woman discovered it inside her toilet upon hearing a strange noise.
Becki Beckmann lost her iPhone over a decade ago, having felt "super confused" when she lost it on Halloween. Strangely, Becki says she hadn't been anywhere to lose it. After a hasty search, Becki gave in and purchased a new device.
Ten years later, Becki recalled the experience in a Facebook post, citing that she simply "moved on" after a while, reports News.com.au.
"It was mysterious but it was gone," she wrote. But as her husband began "to hear this banging sound" when flushing the toilet, they decided to investigate.
She explained: "Initially we blamed it on the toilet being old or the house construction being terrible." Eventually, her husband finally gave up and decided to "plunge the f*** out of it." Her husband ran into to tell her what he had found, and honestly, it defies logic.
As seen in her photos, Becki's phone had been hiding deep inside the toilet pipes and had naturally taken a beating throughout the years.
Fellow Facebook users were astounded by the revelation, with hundreds of people commenting on lucky she is.
One person wrote: "There's no way it was stuck in your toilet for 10 years and never caused an issue until it started making a sound."
Another said: "How have y'all not had any clogging? My townhouse gets one baby wipe in its pipe and I get all the neighbours sh*t in my laundry room."
A third c0mmented: "Now how come my glass screen breaks when I even so much as look at it funny but you can literally s*** on yours for years and it's perfect?"
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