Drivers are used to their cars scooping up road debris, but it's usually not in the form of high-end electronic gear.  

Well a Georgia woman found an iPad jammed in her bumper.   Alexa Crisa was running errands last Friday when a car cut in front of her, and something flew from the vehicle.   She didn't notice anything until hours later, when her father saw the iPad sticking out of her bumper.   It was jammed in so tight he needed a hammer to pry it loose.  Even stranger, the iPad STILL WORKED.  Crisa was able to get the owner's name and address.  When she returned it, she discovered it's owner had left the iPad on the roof of his car, and it flung off when he pulled in front of her.

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