Mum blames new Poundland charger when phone keeps blurting out sexually suggestive phrase
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A woman thought her new charger was causing her phone to spew out suggestive phrases - before discovering it wasn't quite what it seemed. You can see what the smutty phone was uttering here:
Dawn Jones was shocked after plugging in her new Poundland charger only for her phone to blurt out: “Oh yes put it in me daddy.” Easy.
In a clip shared on TikTok by daughter Eloise Victor, poor Dawn can be seen plugging and unplugging the charger, while her phone repeated the suggestive phrase, prompting the mum to believe it was because the phone was 'happy' to be getting charged up.
Twenty-one-year-old Eloise managed to keep a completely straight face, while telling mum Dawn that it was ‘really weird’ before eventually fessing up that she’d managed to hack into her phone and make some erm… interesting changes.
Prankster Eloise, from Worcester, Worcestershire, said: "My mum had brought a phone charger from Poundland a few days before this video, so the timing turned out to be perfect.
"I think I decided to prank my mum because she's not very gullible. So, the fact she fell for it was really funny.
"She's usually on it. I reckon if she hadn't recently bought the charger, she'd be a bit more like 'what's going on?' but because she'd just gotten a new charger it worked out so well.
"The first time she used the charger was the first time the 'put it in me daddy' came out.
"I managed to get a hold of her password, because I saw her putting it into her phone, and logged onto her phone when she wasn't looking.
"Then she's calling me down to the kitchen and she thought the Poundland charger was causing the issue.
"It was only towards the end of the video that I told her I'd done it to reassure her that it wasn't her Poundland charger at fault.
"She was p***ing herself, she found it really funny."
And it wasn’t just Eloise and Dawn who saw the funny side of the joke, as after the video was shared online it was flooded with comments from social media users who thought it was hilarious.
"I got hundreds of comments. I had a lot of laughing emojis as well as a lot of people saying they felt sorry for my mum,” Eloise added.
"I also had a lot of comments asking how I did it, so I did a follow-up video showing people how to do it.
"I've not had a chance to pull any other pranks on my mum since this happened. I reckon now she'll be more wary, so I might not be able to get her twice.
"Me and my mum have good banter together, I make her laugh a lot."
And you gave all of us a laugh, too, so thanks for that Eloise!