Those who created predictive text software for cell phones might never have predicted this.
According to the UK's Bolton News, 33-year-old Neil Brook sent a text to Josef Witkowski, a friend he'd known for about six months.
Brook testified in court that his text to Witkowski included the word "mutter." Unfortunately, his cell phone's predictive software apparently decided he meant "nutter."
Reports don't reveal what particular brand of cell phone enjoyed this software. It is also unclear whether Brook wanted to call Witkowski "a mutter," which, in some contexts, can … Read more