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Heads up; Diversion pick pocket Cabo

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I have been to Mexico more than 70 times without a single problem - until now. Friday in Cabo San Lucas, an elderly woman with an iguana managed to get my iPhone from the pocket of my cross body bag. Luckily my passport and billfold are in a latched segment of the bag secured with two hooks. No not a serious crime, no one hurt but just a pain in the butt. In Mexico, phones can be "jail break" for resale. Luckily the iPhone is encrypted and will merely be a flip phone.

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