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Hell that no fury like a teenager denied their cell phone.
A 15-year-old boy in southern Spain reported his mother to police after she confiscated his device in a bid to get him to study for a test.
The mom, 37, asked her son to hand over his phone at their home in El Ejido, near Almeria, on Feb. 28, La Voz De Almeria newspaper reports.

Quita el móvil a su hijo, él la denuncia y el juez la absuelve. El fiscal pedía 9 meses de cárcel. https://t.co/PIgERN8FZ9 pic.twitter.com/b96AbzGLeV— La Voz de Almería (@lavozdealmeria) March 22, 2017


When he refused, she forcefully took it from him and allegedly scratched him in the resulting struggle, according to national El Pais newspaper.
The youngster denounced his mother for “mistreatment.” Appearing in court in Almeria this month, prosecutors called for the mother to be jailed for nine months over the incident. 
But the judge, Luis Miguel Columna, dismissed the case. He ruled she was “well within her rights” to seize the cell and had taken “the correct action.”
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