My Coworker bought an iPad 2 at Target on March 14 as a birthday present for her son. She opened it up on March 18 to get it all set up, however when she opened it there were three rocks that all well secured to the interior with tape. There was also a nasty note from 'Foxconn' workers which had Chinese characters and the following message written in English: "Foxconn workers revenge, suck USA." Apple told her to take it back to Target and exchange it. [UPDATE - March 20, 2012] My coworker told me this morning that she went back to Target yesterday to return this item per instructions by Apple. When she bought the iPad 2, it was sealed in plastic and had no reason to believe there was anything wrong. Upon visiting the return desk, she said she was approached by Target security and was essentially interrogated for about an hour. At first she said they were very rude to her. Security said they had records of her buying iPads in our area and returning them (which is not true). She had never been to that Target store, nor had she ever purchased an iPad before. These tactics were obviously used to intimidate and flush out an actual thief. After listening to her story, and seeing her demeanor, it became apparent to security that she was not guilty of any wrong doing. She returned the iPad at the Target store of the original purchase and was told she had to purchase the iPad at another Target as they were sold out. And a big thanks to all the people here at MacRumors who have accused me, the OP, as some type of schemer. This incident happened to my coworker, not me. I thought you all might enjoy this story as I thought it was hilarious seeing the rocks taped so well to the inside of the box. I have ordered my own 3rd generation iPad from Apple which is going to be delivered on the 22nd. Again, my purpose in this post was to share a funny story with you all. I'm perplexed by the amount of degenerates who have nothing better to do but to cast aspersions on new members of this forum. I am embarrassed to call myself a member of this community.