Police say a professional clown unwittingly received an iPad pilfered from the home of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs last month.
The clown’s friend, Kariem McFarlin, was arrested on suspicion of breaking into Jobs’ home. The pair had been planning a vacation to Hawaii, and when their trip fell through, clown Kenneth Kahn said he got the iPad in exchange for money borrowed.
Kahn said he played pop songs on the iPad for a few days before police came for it. The device has been returned to the family of Jobs.