Technician faces ethical test over damaged iPhone repair plea

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A dilemma unfolded today when a technician was torn between two conflicting requests regarding a damaged iPhone brought in for repair. A woman, the owner of the shattered screen iPhone, was willing to pay any amount to have the device fixed. Contrarily, her boyfriend secretly handed the technician a note pleading for the phone to remain inoperable, offering money for the inconvenience.

The technician, faced with a moral quandary, took to social media to share the predicament, posting a picture of the damaged phone along with the message from the woman requesting repairs and the boyfriend’s covert plea. This peculiar situation sparked a flurry of comments and suggestions from the online community, reported Sanook.

Opinions poured in as netizens deliberated over the technician’s course of action. Some suggested fixing the device, arguing that the technician could command a higher price for the repair. Others proposed a middle ground, advising the technician to fix the phone but delete its contents, potentially earning money from both parties. Humorous comments also emerged, with one user remarking on the phone’s battered state and questioning the possibility of repair.

A notable comment recommended adhering to professional ethics, suggesting the technician should attempt the repair without bias and leave personal matters to the couple to resolve. This approach would allow the technician to work without guilt, ensuring peace of mind regarding their capabilities.

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Netizens were sceptical, citing it as a ploy for attention. The method involved using the same YouTube account for shared access.

Users debated the effectiveness of this covert communication, with some expressing disbelief. The incident sparked discussions about privacy and trust issues in relationships. YouTube’s past attempt at in-app messaging was briefly launched but later discontinued for undisclosed reasons.

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Samantha Rose

Samantha was a successful freelance journalist who worked with international news organisations before joining Thaiger. With a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from London, her global perspective on news and current affairs is influenced by her days in the UK, Singapore, and across Thailand. She now covers general stories related to Thailand.

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