Former NBA player taken out of the Apple Store goods for $ 14,000




According to police, 46-year-old American Rex Chapman stole from store retail Apple Store items totaling $ 14,000.


American police resort town of Scottsdale (Arizona) arrested a former player of the North American National Basketball Association (NBA) Rex Chapman on suspicion of grand theft from a shop Apple, ITAR-TASS reported.

According to the police, in August this year 46-year-old Chapman stole from a shop Apple products worth a total of $ 14 000 from the store introducing a variety of products, a former basketball player said vendors that allegedly paid for it through the system EasyPay. Stolen goods to a pawn shop American attributed.

Payment terminals EasyPay – one of the unique features of the branded stores Apple. The first shops were typical of points of sales, but the company soon abolished them and introduced EasyPay system based on WindowsCE. This allowed customers to pay for selected goods anywhere in the store. In 2009, the portable terminals running WindowsCE replaced by a version for EasyPay iPod touch, and in May 2014 Apple Store switched to iPhone .

From 1988 to 2000, Chapman played for clubs “Charlotte Bobcats”, “Washington Wizards”, “Miami Heat”, “Phoenix Suns” According to media reports, a 12-year career in the NBA, he earned $ 22 million.

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