Woman Finds Random iPad Lodged in Car’s Bumper After Driving Home

Atlanta driver Alexa Crisa found a stranger’s iPad wedged so deep into her car’s bumper she had to use a hammer to remove the Apple device. The 23 year old driver said she was cruising at 40 mph when she saw something left the top of another vehicle, but decided it was safe to continue when she did not run over anything.

Surprisingly, the iPad was able to withstand the collision and subsequent hammering by Crisa’s dad. They were able to turn on the iPad to trace the owner who was able to get a new tablet through Apple’s extended warranty plan. He also offered to pay for a new bumper for the unlucky driver.


Publish date: April 12, 2013 https://dev.adweek.com/digital/woman-finds-random-ipad-lodged-in-cars-bumper-after-driving-home/ © 2020 Adweek, LLC. - All Rights Reserved and NOT FOR REPRINT