This story is from The Sun, so make of it what you will
A COMPUTER programmer from Finland who lost a finger in an accident has replaced it with this prosthetic with a built-in USB drive.
The detachable device works like a regular PC memory stick and can store two gigabytes of photos, movies and other useful files. The connection is under the nail.
Jerry Jalava built the USB after losing his ring finger in a motorbike crash.
Jerry said: "I just leave my finger inside the slot and pick it up after."
He plans to build a new finger with wireless technology.