Kenny the Clown Had a Stolen Steve Jobs iPad
Stolen Steve Jobs iPad Ends Up with Kenny the Clown
Kenneth Kahn, better known as Bay Area entertainer Kenny the Clown, ended up with an iPad that had been stolen from Steve Jobs' Palo Alto home. Kariem McFarlin, whom police say confessed to burglarizing Steve Jobs' house after finding a house key on the premises, gave one iPad to his daughter and another to Kahn.
Kenny the Clown is a substitute high-school teacher and professional clown who once ran for Mayor of San Francisco. He was Keariem McFarlin's football coach at Encinal High School in the East Bay.
Kahn -- who unsuccessfully ran for mayor of his hometown Alameda in 2006 and 2010 and for San Francisco mayor in 2007 -- met McFarlin when he coached him on the Encinal High School basketball team in Alameda more than 10 years ago, and they remained close.
So, Kenny the Clown didn't think anything was odd about his homeless friend just giving away an iPad? That's a little difficult to believe, just like it's difficult to believe that Kariem McFarlin didn't know that the was burglarizing Steve Jobs' house.
Aside from the iPads, Kariem McFarlin is accused of stealing iPhones, iPods, Macs, Champagne and $60,000 worth of Tiffany jewelry, as well as Steve Jobs’ wallet and driver’s license.
One wonders if possessing a stolen Steve Jobs iPad will affect Kenny the Clown's Yelp rating.