Teen Electrocuted Using Phone While Taking a Bath

“A Texas teen died on Sunday morning after being electrocuted in a bathtub by her cellphone.

Madison Coe`s relatives told KCBD that the 14-year-old girl was either plugging in her phone while in the bathtub or grabbed the phone as it was charging before it fell into the bathtub of her father`s New Mexico home.


A cellphone is a teen`s constant companion, they text while they`re eating, driving and sometimes even while they`re making love. The bond between a teen and his phone is stronger than any human relationship, woe to anyone who comes between a young person and his phone.

I`m not a teen or a millennial, I`m a regular human being, and although I am rarely without my phone, I draw the line somewhere: I don`t use my phone in the bath.

My condolences to the family and friends of this hapless young woman, but her death is a teaching moment. It`s dangerous to text and drive, it`s even dangerous to text and walk, you could walk right into a telephone pole. Charging your phone next to a bath full of water is a brain dead idea.

Moral of this story: Don`t be a wanker, put your phone down and discover life. It`s too late for Madison, but hopefully you will discover that there`s 101 better things to do than texting.

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Dude Sues Date for Texting During ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’

“A Texas man is suing a woman for the $17.31 he spent on a date where he claims she texted throughout the movie they attended together.

Brandon Vezmar of Austin alleges in his lawsuit that he met the woman on dating app Bumble and they went on a first date to eat pizza and watch Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 at a movie theater.

The lawsuit alleges the woman opened her phone to read and send text messages 10 to 20 times during the film.

Court papers filed by Vezmar state texting is in direct violation of the theater`s policy, [adversely] affecting the viewing experience of plaintiff and others.”


Although this Texas man might be slightly anal-retentive, texting is against the policy of most theaters, disrespectful to the audience and to your date. He should have simply deleted her phone number, and never seen her again.

Allow me to come to the defense of the woman, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is a very entertaining movie and she was probably texting her friends: I`m watching Guardians with a total loser, but you`ve got to see this movie! OMG! Baby Groot is adorable! I wish I were on a date with him!

With all due respect to the dude, if you spend less than $20 on a date, you shouldn`t expect her undivided attention.

The jackass said he decided to file the lawsuit after the woman declined to reimburse him for the $17.31 he spent on the movie tickets. Are you kidding me, he should be grateful that she didn`t go full Baby Groot tantrum on him.


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