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iPhone burns hole in teens arm
15 August 2014, 17:16
Berkshire - An iPhone has left a burn hole in an 18-year-old's arm after he fell asleep using the device, Daily Mail reported.
The teenager's mother noticed a large blister on her son's arm and that the phone was really hot. He was taken to hospital as the blister popped and left a hole down to his muscle.
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He states that he was just texting and looking at social networks, he didn't do anything different but doctors have suggested it could be a radiation burn.
For more on this story visit Daily Mail.
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