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Galaxy S7 fingerprint scanner remembers your member

Good news, folks: Samsung Galaxy S7 owners can unlock their phones using their tallywackers, apparently.

The discovery was made by a Reddit user – aptly named /u/meatwad75892 – who posted his findings online, strictly in the name of science.

“Boredom and curiosity got the best of me. Tonight I discovered that you can successfully register and unlock a Galaxy S7 with a penis as a ‘fingerprint’,” Meatwad revealed, writing on Reddit’s Android board.

“I couldn’t think of a more relevant subreddit, and hopefully this isn’t against the rules, but I had to get this info out there,” he continued.

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“So if you’re just as curious as I was and happen to have a Y chromosome, turn your junk upside down and give it a shot,” Meatwad added.

We have no plans to independently verify Meatwad’s claims. Honest.

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In all seriousness, it’s highly likely that Meatwad’s findings are accurate. After all, any sufficiently fleshy, textured body part should satisfy a smartphone fingerprint scanner. However, we’re not so sure scanning the sausage will be as secure as the trusty old fingerprint.

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Do you plan to try this at home? If you do, don’t tell anyone about it on the internet. It’s weird.

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