Steve Jobs’ stolen iPad ends up in street clown’s routine

Kenny the Clown

Last month the home of the late Steve Jobs was burglarized, and the perpetrator decided to give one of his stolen iPads to a friend — a friend who’s also a clown. Kariem McFarlin broke into the Palo Alto residence on July 17th, according to police reports, and took a number of items, including iPods, jewellery, and Jobs’ wallet. He also stole two iPads — one he gave to his daughter, the other to Kenneth Kahn, better known as Kenny the Clown. Kahn was unaware of the device’s previous owner until August 2nd, when McFarlin was arrested and the device was ultimately returned to the Jobs family.

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