Faith was sitting on the veranda and reading a newspaper.
She didn\'t notice a guy who slowly approached her from behind and suddenly grabbed her hand.
One British child in four between the ages of five and 16 now has a mobile phone.
As well as making calls, youngsters are using their handsets to send millions of text messages to friends each day.
How about you call me now and see just what a filthy imagination I have!
I'm alone at home and wanting to talk to any UK men that are feeling horny. x Hey I'm Linda, a middle-aged milf wanting a good time on the phone.
'Children hate to feel as if they are not in the "in group", and think that without a phone they will be left out. Children use it to keep up to date with a wide group of acquaintances, so that when they meet up they know the latest news and gossip.' Dr Lewis endorsed the warning that, in conjunction with home computers and video games, the mobile is having a detrimental effect on children's social skills.
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The study's author, Dr Hisao Ishii, said: 'Teenagers can be seen taking advantage of every spare minute to touch base with their friends.
'It is not the content of the communication but the act of staying in touch that matters.' And he warned: 'Genuine conversation will be driven out by superficial communication, in which the act of contacting one another is all that matters, leading to a deterioration in the quality of relationships.