Careful or this "smartphone" may zap you.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have seized two stun guns disguised as smartphones over the course of 24 hours.
While the gadgets may seem like something out of a spy movie, authorities said they are "prohibited weapons."
The first device was discovered and confiscated, police said, after they were called with a complaint of a Hinton resident trying to sell the weapon online.
One day later, police said they received a complaint that Angela James, 28, allegedly brandished a "conducted energy weapon" designed to look like a smartphone during an altercation at a bar.
Police said James was arrested on assault with a weapon and possession of a prohibited weapon charges. She is scheduled to make her first court appearance on July 2 in Hinton Provincial Court.
The photos released by Hinton Royal Canadian Mounted Police show how easily the device was able to be passed off as an iPhone smartphone. Apple did not respond to a request for comment by ABC News.
Could you tell the difference?