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New Samsung Galaxy S7 (R) and S7 edge smartphones are displayed after their unveiling ceremony at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 21, 2016. Reuters/ALBERT GEA

Samsung’s troubles never seem to end. The ghost of the exploding Galaxy Note 7 always finds its way to haunt the company even through its other flagship phones. A Samsung Galaxy S7 unit has reportedly burst into flames in Canada, and now the victim is after the tech giant.

A man from Winnipeg named Amarjit Mann claims that his Samsung Galaxy S7 caused second and third degree burns to both his hands. The 34-year-old says that he had the handset inside his pocket while he was driving Sunday morning and decided to take it out when he felt that the phone was getting warm. That’s when the Galaxy S7 unit supposedly went off.

“I took it out and had it in my hands and it exploded right away,” Mann recounted. “When you see smoke, I was shocked. You cannot expect this thing. It was like a nightmare.”

Mann likened the buildup of the explosion to that of a series of firecrackers going off. The Winnipegger said that a chunk when onto his cheek that almost hit his eye. Had he held the Samsung Galaxy S7 phone at his ear, Mann said that his whole face would’ve been burnt.

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The victim intends to file a lawsuit against Samsung for his pain and suffering. Mann, who makes a living as a mechanic, could be out of work for more almost a month due to the hand injuries he sustained from the Galaxy S7 explosion.

Samsung Canada said that it would examine Mann’s phone first before making an official statement regarding the incident.

“Customer safety remains our highest priority and we remain committed to working with any customer who has experienced an issue with a Samsung product,” wrote a Samsung representative to CTV News.

The exploding Samsung Galaxy S7 phone was purchased by Mann about half a year ago. He was advised by his service provider to personally address his concerns to the South Korean electronics company. According to Winnipeg Sun, Mann intends to replace the shattered phone with an LG unit.