French police have seized two mobile phones capable of firing bullets.
According to Reuters, police in Rouen discovered the guns, outwardly identical to normal mobiles phones, in a raid on the home of a suspected gangster.
When examined the fake phones revealed a chamber compartment for four .22 calibre bullets, which could be shot out of the aerial.
A local police chief said the phones would be lethal at 10 metres.
The weapons are believed to be from eastern Europe and to have appeared in Belgium and the Netherlands in 2001, according to police.
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