Discussion in 'Current Events' started by stevethrower, Apr 30, 2013.
Huh, you would've thought he'd have it on vibrate.
I don't think I'd want that shit covered phone back.
I just looked what he went to prison for:
Incarcerated: 12/02/1981 | Crime: ATT ROBBERY 2ND D Felony | Released: 08/20/84 (16 years old)
Incarcerated: 12/11/1991 | Crime: ROBBERY 3RD D Felony | Released: 02/14/95 (26 years old)
Incarcerated: 12/16/1997 | Crime: CRIM SALE CONTR SUBSTANCE 3RD B Felony x2 | Released: 08/19/2008 (32 years old)
With those prison stretches methinks he could fit an Ipad up there... and I'm guessing NY does not have a three strikes law...
Hopefully it was in a Lifeproof case...
Sounds like he was in the Phonepacking district or sumptin', TSSSSSSSS
Oh and he picked up two more felonies for using his asshole as a phone holster...
Can you hear me now?
Does iCare cover the damages?
At least the owner got his phone back
I bet he puts it on speaker.
Wonder how the Genius' at Apple would handle a phone like that?
with rubber gloves?
(We really need the smiley that bangs its head on the brick wall back.)
Edit: I just checked the link and wasn't surprised at all that this was a NY Post story.
Did anyone else think the writer wanted to sneak in a felching reference?
I had to read it twice because I thought he had done it
Ya I forgot to prune that line... as it made me throw up a little in my mouth.
I would have headlined the article Smartphone in a Dumbass.
I wonder how many people will get that reference. One of my favorite early O&A XM bits.
Leave fletcher out of this.
It's pretty obvious he planned on smuggling the iPhone into lockup because he misunderstood what "jailbreaking" meant.
The victim, who was at the station house to report the theft, called his phone — and heard the ring coming from Patterson in a nearby cell.
No, he didn't.