A woman whose phone was recently pickpocketed found a surprise when she checked her online storage account a week later: Uploaded to the account, apparently directly from her phone, were a series of nude selfies and a pornographic video of the couple the woman believes stole her phone.

Victoria Brodsky's phone went missing this past August, when she and some friends went to a street fair in Brooklyn. Hours later, she realized her phone and wallet were gone and she quickly contacted police.

Then, one week later, a series of photographs of a nude couple began popping up in her Dropbox account, which automatically uploads photos from her phone. By the end of day, a video of the couple having sex showed up, too. Not that she found the pictures appealing:


"Sex looks very boring in their house," she told the New York Daily News, who she turned to for help in catching the porn loving culprits.