Two Chinese Men Try to Sell Their Kidneys For iPhone 6S

Two men in China\'s Jiangsu province tried to sell their kidneys for Apple\'s latest offering, the iPhone 6s.

Published: 15th September 2015 01:45 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th September 2015 01:46 PM   |  A+A-

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By IANS

BEIJING: Two men in China's Jiangsu province tried to sell their kidneys for Apple's latest offering, the iPhone 6s.

One of the men, surnamed Wu, wanted an iPhone 6s but could not afford it. His friend Huang suggested they sell a kidney each for money, reported China Daily on Tuesday.

The two found an illegal agent on the internet who asked them to take medical examinations at a hospital in Nanjing. However, when they arrived on September 12, the agent did not turn up as scheduled.

They later reconsidered selling the organs. Wu told his friend, Huang, to stop the plan but Huang did not listen.

Wu then called the police, but Huang ran away and has been out of reach ever since.

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