British Prime Minister David Cameron was in New York City yesterday—he took the train from Washington D.C. (and some annoyed Senators!)—and met with Mayor Bloomberg. While Cameron had a hot dog with Bloomberg outside of Penn Station, we imagine the fare was a little less "dirty" at the private dinner held in his honor. And, hey, Bloomberg gave Cameron an iPad! Bloomberg is such an iPad fanboy.

Don't worry, folks, the iPad's cost isn't coming out of city coffers—according to the AP, it was a gift from the mayor at a Bloomberg Philanthropies function. The dinner, at the foundation's Upper East Side townhouse, included guests like "Whoopi Goldberg, Katie Couric, Diane von Furstenberg, Newt Gingrich, NBA commissioner David J. Stern and News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch," as well as "Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh also attended." On the menu: Grilled lamb chops, string beans and roasted fingerling potatoes. Entertainment: Rufus Wainwright.

As for talking about the release of Lockerbie bomber Abdel Baset Al-Megrahi when reporters volleyed questions at him outside of Penn Station, Cameron wouldn't comment (he did say the hot dog was good). In a separate appearance without Cameron, Bloomberg's opinion on the matter ranged as far as, "That's a federal issue, and there's no reason why I would bring it up...It was a miscarriage of justice... I'll leave the foreign policy to the President of the United States, where it should be."