Jul 282009
 July 28, 2009  Posted by  Misc, Non-U.S.

A family from Kävlinge in southern Sweden has reported the local Church of Scientology to the police for harassment after a fortnight of incessant phone calls, local newspaper Sydsvenskan reports.

The Church of Scientology in Malmö began ringing the family around two weeks ago as part of a drive to update their contact information over current and former members.

The religious sect first rang asking to talk to a woman that, according to their records, had attended a self-realization course in the 1980s.

But it turned out to be case of mistaken identity and the church was duly informed.

However since that initial contact the sect has called the family’s phones on more than 70 occasions.

Read more in The Local (Sweden).

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