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WASHINGTON — People calling a federal phone number to order duck stamps are instead greeted by a phone-sex line, due to a printing error the government says would be too expensive to correct.
The carrier card for the duck stamp transposes two numbers, so instead of listing 1-800-782-6724, it lists 1-800-872-6724. The first number spells out 1-800-STAMP24, while the second number spells out 1-800-TRAMP24. (enlarge photo)
This image provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shows the front of a carrier card for Duck Stamps. People calling a federal phone number, on the back of card, seeking information on how to order Duck Stamps are instead greeted by a phone-sex line, due to a printing error that the government says would be too expensive to correct. (AP Photo/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
People calling that second number are welcomed by "Intimate Connections" and enticed by a husky female voice to "talk only to the girls that turn you on," for $1.99 a minute.
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The same exact thing happened with a sports phone conference last week, I have to look, but I think it was a college team, and the reporters are given a number and a code, and when they called in they got some sex line.
Here it is, oddly enough it was the "Geroge O'Leary Show"