Clown had iPad stolen from Steve Jobs' home
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A professional clown who used an iPad pilfered from the home of the late Steve Jobs to play pop songs at a street fair while he made balloon animals said on Friday he had no idea his friend had snatched the tablet.
Mr Kenneth Kahn, who wears a curly rainbow wig when he performs at children's birthday parties as Kenny the Clown, said his friend gave him the iPad in exchange for money he owed Mr Kahn for a vacation the pair planned to take to Hawaii.
"He owed me US$300 (S$375) for the plane tickets, so he said he had an Apple computer that he wasn't using anymore. I said fine, not having any clue what the hell was going on," Mr Kahn told The Associated Press.
The professional entertainer, who has also made unsuccessful bids to become mayor of Alameda and San Francisco, said he never examined the contents of the device.