In 2007, Icelandic 16-year-old Vífill Atlason called President Bush on, according to ABC News, “a secret number at the highest security level,” pretending to be Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, the president of Iceland. Apparently, before he got through to Bush’s secretary, Atlason was quizzed on various facts to confirm his identity, but he says that he “had Wikipedia and a few other sites open, so it was not so difficult really.” Awesome security, White House switchboard. Unfortunately, instead of the call back from Bush he was promised, the police showed up at his house, took him down to the station and questioned him for hours. Too bad for him that he claims he can’t remember where he got the secret number.
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