LONDON (Reuters) - Mobile phone firm Orange says its picture messaging service can "make someone feel really special." But when one customer called the company helpline she received some pictures that made her feel outraged instead. What she expected was a photo from a customer service representative to make sure her camera phone was working. What she got was a series of close-ups his genitals. "This ex-employee sent some indecent photographs of himself. He was dismissed within a week," an Orange spokeswoman said on Wednesday. "We've looked into the matter, collated the information and handed it over to the police."