A Swiss man who had his mobile phone stolen will let the woman who ended up with the device keep it, if she will meet him.
Niklaus Knecht, 24, had his jacket sliced open and his phone stolen in April when he was one a train to Zurich, according to the Mail Online.
He never expected to see the old phone again but suddenly pictures of the young woman and snaps taken by her started turning up in his dropbox.
The woman, who is living in Morocco, started using the phone’s camera, unaware that the picture upload function was still switched on.
The photographs that caught Mr Knecht’s attention show the pretty woman lying on a bed, showing off new clothes or posing by romantic backdrops such as a waterfall or in a park.
In another picture she has a cuddly teddy with the words “I love you”.
He said: “She obviously doesn’t realise that all the pictures she is taking are ending up in my dropbox and it’s a pretty good general view of an everyday life in Morocco.
“I am really keen to find out who she is and more about her. I’d like to meet her and am prepared to travel to Morocco to see her.
Mr Knecht and a friend had set up a Facebook site in the hope that the girl will get in touch and they have uploaded some of her snaps.
“It would be great to meet her and of course she’s welcome to keep the phone.”