An iPad that becomes a razor sharp projectile and gets wedged in a car bumper? Now that's what I'd call "a bad apple." Yeah, I went there.
According to ABC 57, a Georgia woman was driving home in her Nissan Sentra when she saw something come flying at the car, although she never felt an impact. When she parked she found an iPad implanted so deeply in her front bumper that she needed a hammer to get it out.
Hilariously, the iPad still worked, and she opened some apps that helped her trace it back to its owner. That driver said he accidentally drove off with the tablet sitting on his roof.
Hat tip to Gregory!