Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer


The bad news about Cam Newton's defenestration of a stolen laptop when police arrived: it broke. The good news: all the tech folks tasked with fixing it got to have a little fun first.

Web design company 352 Media Group did all they could, but the 5-year old Dell that took a tumble from a dorm room window was a lost cause. They were at least able to salvage the hard drive, and send us a few photos of them doing what any red-blooded American would do with college football's most famous stolen property since the Oregon frathouse projector.

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer

Everybody's Taking Photos With Cam Newton's Stolen Computer