Stolen Samsung galaxy
Naked selfies and sex videos were taken using the stolen gadget.YouTube

A victim of mobile phone theft had salt rubbed into to her wound when naked selfies and sex videos taken by the pickpocket appeared in her Dropbox.

Victoria Brodsky from Brighton Beach, Brooklyn had her wallet and Samsung Galaxy S3 stolen at a street fair in August 2013.

She reported the theft to the police, but because she did not witness the actual pilfering, the police recorded the mobile as lost.

But just a week after the incident, the 39-year-old mother was left shocked when an explicit image of a couple performing a sex act appeared in her Dropbox account, which was linked to the stolen mobile phone.

The images became increasingly explicit as time passed and by 1 September she had even received a sex video.

"When they posted the pictures and video of them naked and having sex, I thought, ''you know, they are enjoying the whole process and don't feel bad about it at all.''' Brodsky said.

With the help of the evidence on her Dropbox, Brodsky plans to bring the horny couple to justice.

"At first I left it alone but then I thought I would love it if they learned a lesson not to steal and be publicly scrutinised for what they did," she said.

"'If you are poor, figure out what to do about it but this is not the answer."