Pretty Little Liars star Troian Bellisario learned an important lesson about keeping track of her belongings when a random guy named Jack found her gym bag and phone over the weekend, and then used them to have a seriously epic weekend.
It all started when Jack, whose last name hasn’t been released, found Bellisario’s bag on the ground at Griffith Park trails and posted a photo to her Instagram account to let her know.
“Hey i found your phone/bag outside griffith. I texted some contacts in ur phone with my number but nobody’s responding,” he wrote. “I gotta head out in 30 mins please hit me up. Lol you have a lot of followers.”
Bellisario eventually responded, posting a selfie to her Instagram with a caption explaining that she was working on retrieving her phone.
“Guys. I am so so sorry. I just got a hold of the person who has my phone. (My new phone because apparently my old one was hacked) and I am rushing to get it. Thank you for all the concern and alerts,” she wrote in the caption. “This will teach me not to unpack my car before a hike when I’m daydreaming like an idiot. Also thank you @docdanger for loaning me your phone. I changed all my Pw but I apologize for the previous posts and if they weirded anyone out. Xx.”
While Bellisario changed her Instagram password so Jack couldn’t post any more photos there, she apparently forgot to change her Snapchat password. And when Jack pointed it out, she gave him permission to keep posting there so she could keep an eye on his epic day — which included using her A-list Coachella VIP wristband.
Throughout the day, Bellisario posted screen caps of text conversations with Jack, as well as the snaps he was posting, showing how he danced onstage with Skrillex and partied with Zedd. When she lost contact with him for a while, it turned out he was just partying at Skrillex’s house until 6 a.m., you know, like you do. And finally, when the two reunited so Bellisario could get her phone back, she invited Jack to hang out at her Game of Thrones viewing party.
Just goes to show, when you do the right thing and try to get a lost phone back to its owner, the good karma won’t let you down.