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Guy tries to dock iPhone into car’s cassette player, doesn’t know what’s wrong

A picture of a car driver who kept trying to dock his iPhone in the car's older cassette player has gone viral on Facebook.

Written by Express Web Desk |
Updated: September 8, 2015 12:03:15 pm
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A picture of a car driver who kept trying to dock his iPhone in the car’s older cassette player, has gone viral on Facebook.

The post was shared by Mike Smith Buick GMC, a car dealership in the US. The dealership’s owner wrote, “So a young driver stops in with an older car complaining that the iPhone dock in his vehicle isn’t working and its scratching his phone…”

Check out the Facebook post below:

The post has seen over 200,000 shares on Facebook alone and many comments on how teens these days know nothing.

However as BuzzFeed points out the dealership has just used an older photo that was first shared on Reddit by a guy named Trevor Thomas. The BuzzFeed article says the photo was not really from a customer who stopped by at Mike Smith’s dealership.

The Reddit post reads, “My brother was upset because his car’s “docking station” for his iPhone wasn’t working and it was scratching his screen.” BuzzFeed spoke to Thomas who said that the story was indeed true and it was actually his friend Kyle who put the iPhone 5 into the cassette deck.

The dealership might have taken someone else’s photo but there’s no doubt that this one is generating quite a few laughs.

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