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Airtag stalking

July 19, 2022

An actress famous for her role in Altered Carbon discovered she had a stalker because of her iPhone.

An airtag was placed on her or her belongings, letting someone know where she was while walking around Disneyland. 

Turning this into a story, what if a woman tries to escape from her former boyfriend, but he keeps showing up at her location.

Throughout the story, both the woman and the readers try and figure out how and why her ex keeps showing up wherever she goes. The ex goes to great lengths to act calm and relaxed as if their running into each other is part of some grand universal design.

In fact, he even mentions that maybe they should get back together because it’s obvious the universe wants them as a couple (similar to an episode of 30 Rock). 

Eventually, reminded of why she fell in love with him in the first place, she agrees to give their relationship another try. But then, when she comes to his residence after a workout, he asks how the gym was.

“I never said I was at the gym,” she replies.

From then on, she’s suspicious of her boyfriend. She replays their relationship, the breakup, and the coincidental meetings, trying to understand why she feels so unsettled.

Eventually, she realizes he must’ve been tracking her, and she gets increasingly desperate to figure out how and where the tracking device is. Finally, she walks outside naked and is arrested.

Her boyfriend shows up and gets her out of jail. She asks the cop if they ever called him, and the cop says no, he was there before she finished being processed.

Realizing the tracker must be inside her, she looks at herself in the mirror in the women’s bathroom, inspecting every inch of her skin. Eventually, her gaze settles on the scar on her arm where her birth control was implanted.

In a flashback to that day, we see that the boyfriend’s father is her doctor, and he’s the one who implanted the birth control. She digs it out of her arm and discovers it’s not birth control; it’s an apple airtag.

She flees the police station and runs to the pharmacy, where she gets a pregnancy test and finds out she’s pregnant.

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