Comedian 'crashes' cell phone calls

Last updated 14:08 18/12/2013
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Don't you hate when people talk loudly on their phones in public? Why not have some fun with it and "crash" their calls.

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Getting annoyed by your blabbermouth neighbour gabbing on their cellphone and invading your space?

With the US Federal Communications Commission voting to consider allowing calls on planes, it's a problem that may get soon worse before it gets better.

Thankfully, one comedian has finally figured out how to get folks to shut up.

A video featuring Greg Benson ''cell phone crashing'' people's ''private'' conversations has wracked up more than 4.2 million views on YouTube since being uploaded Sunday.

Benson simply plops down next to his gabby victim and starts talking on his own phone - responding to whatever the offender is saying.

Benson filmed this clip at an airport, but his technique would likely be effective anywhere.

Blabby cell phone talkers, be warned.

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- Fairfax Media

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