iPad stolen from the home of Steve Jobs ends in the hands of a street clown
Some time ago, a thief entered the house of the deceased was Steve Jobs and Apple computers a number of the company founder had. One would think that the iPad Steve Jobs would be a treasure that can be sold in the millions, however, the team reached the hands of “Kenny the Clown”, who makes his living doing street performances for tourists and children.
The artist used iTunes on your computer to play the music of Pink Panther and a song of Michael Jackson for his humorous routine. The truth is that Kenny had no idea that the appliance out of the house of Steve Jobs.
Kariem McFarlin, 35, was accused of breaking into the home of former CEO and subtract objects. McFarlin gave him a 64 GB iPhone Kenny and another to his daughter. Both devices were returned to the Jobs family once they were recovered. McFarlin was arrested on 2 August, and is also accused of stealing iPods, Macs, jewelry and wallet to Jobs.
The clown, whose real name is Kenneth Kahn said he did not notice anything special on the iPad would indicate that belonged to Steve Jobs. He managed to use three days before the police take it away.
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