Jokesters Replace Phone Number With Sex Line

Catherine Strawn | July 3, 2008 - 1:30 pm

This story happens about once a month: Some respected organization, often a government-related one, lists the wrong phone number in a flyer, online, or in the phone book, and this wrong number directs dialers to a sex business. This month, the Family Health Administration in Annapolis, MD, listed a number on their website and in the phonebook that directed people to a business for women in the area looking for sex. Someone has to be doing this as a joke, right? How else could this happen so often? [AP]