This sounds totally right out of a mental asylum – a lawsuit has been filed by a man, claming that Apple has conspired with the Italian Mafia to secretly track him, where threatening messages were transmitted to his iPod where the word “herpes” was inserted into the song “Still Tippin’” by Mike Jones. Gregory McKenna is also convinced that many other things in his life were bugged, ranging from his bedroom, living room, upstairs bathroom and even his Toyota Camry. According to McKenna, both iPods he owned include an iPod shuffle purchased off eBay alongside an iPod mini that was picked up from an Apple Store, where they came with receivers that enabled the Mafia to transmit threats to him. What do you make of this?
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