Baby's Head Wetting Session


I just signed up a Vodafone mobile a week ago, the moment I received the phone, there was a missed call from a certain financial institute, the caller left a voice message to someone and asked him to call back, since I have deleted the voice message, I can't remember the name.

Two days later, I received a message, inviting "ME" to a Baby's Head Wetting Sesh, like this:
On Sat 27th, babys head wetting sesh for myself and Mr Clifton round and about town. Starting early doors, if your coming let me know, if you're not let me know, if you're not sure make your mind up and let me know. 
Since I didn't know what ""Baby's head wetting session" means, so I replied the message, asked if the sender knew who I was, the sender said, "Yes, you're an Old Bald man in Melton Mowbray."

I may be old, but I am definitely not bald. After doing a little bit of search, I found out that "Baby's head wetting" actually means drinking in a pub to celebrate newborn baby.

Congratulation whoever they are, anyway.

I felt sorry for that "Old Bald man", he might have been in financial difficulty, and lost his mobile phone, and also lost contact with his relative and friends too.

A year ago, I used land-line phone service provided by Virgin Media, and I always received a phone call to Mrs. Hampton. Now I moved to another place, and disconnected the phone, someone may take my number, and receive phone calls to Mr. Sheng.

This kind of wrong number calls and texts cost a lot of money, has anybody raised this kind of issues, and provides a way to stop wasting money?

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