So not cool!
A passenger flying on Horizon Air, an airline owned by Alaska Airlines, lost his iPad during a flight last week.
Luckily, it was equipped with an app called "Find My iPad" and he was able to track it to an address outside of Portland, Oregon where a flight attendant resided!
Wendy Ronelle Dye, a 43-year-old Horizon Air employee, was arrested for the theft on Friday, but claims she never used the device and totally planning on handing it over to the airline.
Wait, does anyone smell that???
It's the massive amount of bullshiz spewing out of her mouth since police were easily able to find her personal information that had already been entered on the iPad.
The culprit has been suspended for her dishonest actions, but how can her employers trust she won't take any other valuables from customers? We think it's time for a career change.
Hopefully this news will make anyone think twice about jacking someone else's iPad, while encouraging anyone with the Apple device to download that miraculous app!
Tags: alaska airline, app, find my ipad, horizon air, ipad, wendy ronelle dye