A group of Calgary firefighters played a pretty sweet prank this week on a man who thought he lost his phone to the bottom of the Bow River for good.
A firefighter with Downtown Fire Station 1 was paddleboarding to work recently when he spotted a white Samsung phone in the riverbed below.
He dove down to the retrieve the phone, brought it into work and dried it out, reported Metro News.
That's when the brigade discovered, incredibly, that the phone, dropped two weeks earlier by Calgarian Nathan Buhler while enjoying an afternoon raft, still worked
What's even more amazing was that the phone was not password protected.
Hoping to reunite the phone with its owner, but unable to find a way to reach him, the firefighters began to post as Buhler on his own Facebook page:
They posted photos to prove the phone's various functions were still intact:
And they even gave the phone a name!
The phone had the chance to ride in a fire truck:
Eat a bit of lunch:
And even pump some iron:
By this time, Buhler had been alerted that his phone had been found.
"I just couldn't believe it. I thought somebody was playing a joke on me somehow, but nope, it was legit," he told Metro Calgary.
He even posted a photo of the reunion with his phone Monday afternoon:
Kudos to these funny firefighters for their social media savvy!
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