Well, I call this a funny story, some may call it stupid, daft, ignorant, naive or just down right hilarious. My friend at school is in year eight. This means he is 12-13 years old. Like many people in that year, he has an iPod touch. Now, the latest craze is to jailbreak. Most people do it so they can enable multitasking (slow down their system), download 'free' apps (illegally) and add fancy stuff (they think they need). Now I'm not against jailbreaking (I jailbreak(ed?) my iPod touch), but my iP4 is un-jailbroken. So, anyway, this kid at school jailbreaks his iPod touch, and thinks great! I can now have a pornographic Mario as the boot logo! Somewhere along the line, he also hears he can get apps for free. So he says, great! Along he goes to the App Store (not Installous) and spends £500 (about $800) on apps thinking they're free because he jailbroke. The best (or worst) part is it was all on his Dad's iTunes account, and, to top it all off, he downloaded a £80 TomTom app but didn't install it because he doesn't have GPS and the download took too long! I guess it just shows the danger of a kid with the internet and a password to his Dad's iTunes account.