Apple's 'Airdrop' file-sharing system

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British Transport Police are investigating after a woman had pictures of a stranger's penis sent to her phone by someone nearby her on a train.

The victim, 34-year-old Lorraine Crighton-Smith, said she felt "violated" by the "very unpleasant" experience, the BBC reports. Supt Gill Murray said the crime was a new one for her force but they were taking it seriously.

Crighton-Smith received the images via Apple's 'Airdrop' file-sharing system, which is specific to iOS and Mac devices and works via Bluetooth. It is possible to set it so that you cannot receive messages from strangers but Crighton-Smith had not done so.

She told the BBC: "I had Airdrop switched on because I had been using it previously to send photos to another iPhone user – and a picture appeared on the screen of a man's penis, which I was quite shocked by." She was on a train in South London.
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I've done a lot of crazy things I can tell you that.
But I've never been on fire, at least not to my knowledge.
 
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