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Suicide hot line callers got phone sex message

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Callers to a toll-free suicide prevention hot line listed in more than a dozen phone books across the nation instead got a much different kind of counseling on phone sex. Instead of help, callers heard a woman's voice giving "somewhat of a suggestive message, then basically there was some type of introduction and then you heard, `If you would like to hear more a charge will apply,"' BellSouth spokesman Buddy Bateman said Friday.