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'I am such a dope', twitters Robert Llewellyn

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Red Dwarf thesp Robert Llewellyn has been left a tad red-faced after exposing his mobile phone number to the interwebs.

Llewellyn was evidently so fired up about the acquisition of a new iPhone 3G that he slapped this snap of the boxed Jesus Phone up on Twitpic, unaware he was laying bare his most intimate digits:

Robert Llewellyn iPhone pic, showing his phone number

An hour later, he facepalmed on Twitter: "I am such a dope. Never even looked at the wretched picture before I posted it. A fool I am. Gone now."

Well, sort of, as the above pic shows. For the record, we have applied Street View-style blurring to the number, just in case Llewellyn is on drinking terms with Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner, Hans-Peter Thür. ®

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