Riddle #1437

Question: A man is found dead in a phone booth in a pool of blood. The glass on either end of the phone booth is broken and the phone is hanging. Just outside of the phone booth is a bucket and a stick.

What happened?

Riddle Discussion

By: Alovara on 20/2/16

Good idea but it never says how he dies. He just cuts himself

By: Shaymus88 on 8/1/16

This isn't great.

By: Idadho on 15/7/14

The glass in a phone booth is tempered. He could never break it with his hands. If it did break, it would shatter into tiny pieces that would scratch him at most. Was the stick supposed to be a fishing pole ?

By: gandalf on 17/7/14

Yeah, it's supposed to be the fishing pole. I'm not a fan of this riddle or its premise either but it's really popular.

By: Druxe on 6/7/14

Who gestures how big something is over the phone, and what's the purpose of the stick in question? And is this man the Incredible Hulk or what? How is he that strong?

By: eglove on 22/6/14

1. Who uses phone booths anymore? Where are they anyway?\n2. There's no way he could have broken the glass.\n3. There's no way that it would have killed him.\n4. Who fishes with a stick?\n5. Why is this guy carrying a supposed bucket of fish to a phone booth?

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