Indian working at BT call centre threatens to bomb customer's house

      It has emerged that an Indian working at a BT call centre reportedly threatened to bomb a customer's house. Alan Wardle, 24, of Wallsend, North Tyneside, got into a row with the helpline adviser when he could not connect to the Internet. But after he put the phone down in disgust, the adviser called him back and said: "I will blow your house up. I will hurt you." "I couldn't believe what I'd heard. I was incensed," the Daily Star quoted Wardle as saying. "It doesn't get much worse than a stranger saying he is going to blow you up," Wardle added. Police are investigating the claim and a BT spokesman said an "urgent" probe had been launched.

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