WASHINGTON, Sep 4, 2008 (UPI via COMTEX) -- U.S. officials said "duck stamps" affixed to cards carried by hunters licensed to hunt ducks contain a misprinted number that connects to a phone-sex line.
The Fish and Wildlife Service said the misprinted numbers -- which connect callers to a recorded female voice that promises them they can "talk only to the girls who turn you on" for $1.99 per minute -- appear on about 3.5 million of the federally-issued cards and the service does not have the funds to reprint them, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported Thursday.
The correct number, 1-800-782-6724, is meant for hunters wishing to purchase additional duck stamps. The misprinted number instead connects to a phone sex line called "Intimate Connections."
"The stamp is perfectly usable," Levin said. "It will just be a lot more interesting for people now."
I know a buncha duck hunters. They'll get all pissed off when they call the number and can't talk to a Labrador Retriever.