A Florida woman says she's being rung up 20 times an hour after her mobile phone number was given as "God's number" in Jim Carrey's new film.
Dawn Jenkins, a glassmaker, is seeking legal advice after her number was used in new US blockbuster Bruce Almighty.
In the film, God tries to reach a mortal, the character played by Jim Carrey, by repeatedly leaving a phone number on his pager.
But instead of the usual 555 prefix used by most US television shows and films, God's number is a normal seven digit number - which happens to be Ms Jenkins' mobile phone number.
After the film was released on Friday, Ms Jenkins says she has been getting about 20 calls per hour, with callers asking for God before hanging up. [...]
But Ms Jenkins is not alone. "God's number" also matches a call centre to a group of five talk-radio stations in Colorado.
"My receptionist is going to go crazy," said Ron Nickel, senior vice president for the Radio Colorado Network.
And the number also matches the number of a woman in South Carolina. She declined to give her name but said she had been "getting aggravated to death" by the incessant calling.