The New York Times
Date: 2012-04-11
Author: Aidan Gardiner

Article Mentions
Author, Aidan Gardiner
Mentioned, Andrew Bird
Mentioned, The Associated Press
First the subway rider fell asleep, and a thief took his iPhone. Then the thief fell asleep, and soon he was under arrest, the police said.It happened early Tuesday morning, when a 22-year-old man boarded the downtown No. 1 train at 116th Street and nodded off, only to awaken seven stops later with his earbuds dangling from his ears and his iPhone missing from his pocket.He had been listening to The Naming of Things, a long, slowly unwinding number by the indie folk-rocker Andrew Bird, the police said. Rattled, the victim, whose name was not released, left the subway and took a taxi to his home in Greenwich Village, where he used his iPad to locate the phone before going to the police around 5:30 in the morning. At the Sixth Precinct statio...(read more)
... First the subway rider fell asleep, and a thief took his iPhone. Then the thief fell asleep, and soon he was under arrest, the police said.It happened early Tuesday morning, when a 22-year-old man boarded the downtown No. 1 train at 116th Street and ...


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