You and I may grumble when people nearby talk loudly on their cell phones, but that's not enough for one man in Philadelphia.
He decided to take matters into his own hands and jam them phones!
The NBC10 Investigators tracked down a cell phone zapper who targets people using their cell phones on a SEPTA bus route. Not only does he admit doing it, he thinks it’s a good thing.
The man, who calls himself Eric, told the NBC10 Investigators, “I guess I’m taking the law into my own hands, and quite frankly, I’m proud of it.”
Eric says he doesn’t want to hear people talking on their cell phones in public.
“It’s still pretty irritating, and quite frankly, it’s pretty rude,” said Eric.
Eric says he’s firing up a cell phone jammer that he bought online to shut down conversations he doesn’t want to hear.
“A lot of people are extremely loud, no sense of just privacy or anything. When it becomes a bother, that’s when I screw on the antenna and flip the switch,” said Eric.
Philly's NBC10 has the story: Link