Many of us have had an embarrassing case of "damn you auto correct", but one US man's mobile mess up has landed him in jail.
Justin Kryzanowski, 24, was in the middle of a drug deal when the phone in his pocket inadvertently connected to 911, allowing authorities to record the entire conversation and trace him to an apartment in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
The 911 operators called police to say they had an open line to a drug deal in a car involving a man named "Rick", Scranton's Times-Tribune reported.
Police went to an apartment where they found Mr Kryzanowski talking with slurred speech.
There were also drugs and syringes "in plain sight" and brass knuckles, as well as a mobile phone matching the number connected to 911, the newspaper reported.
Police said Mr Kryzanowski told officers he was in a car with a friend named Rick, who gave him an opioid called Suboxone.
He was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and prohibited offensive weapons.
The recording of the phone call even caught Kryzanowski's arrest on tape, The Daily Mail reported.
"Good stuff on there," David Hahn, the Emergency Services Director in Lakawana County told the Mail Online.
"I mean, these guys aren't brain surgeons, if you know what I mean.
"You can even hear the police knocking at the door."