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As of 9 a.m. Saturday, New Yorkers could bet on sports on their mobile devices.
A Brooklyn six-year-old suffered burns to his hands after a Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphone exploded.
The subway rider was also punched in the face.
The phones were grabbed out of the victims' hands.
The incidents happened within a half hour of each other yesterday.
Teitel apparently failed to question any of the dozens of alleged cheaters until days after an exam.
Newt and the team at Gingrich Productions have been hard at work trying to come up with a new name for the cellphone that isn't "smartphone," because Newt has apparently never heard of a smartphone.
One of the suspects also had two other smartphones that did not belong to him.
Both incidents, which occurred on Tuesday, involved the suspects punching people on the street.
The employee allegedly wrapped toilet paper around the phone to disguise it.
Sure, cops are learning to find your iPhone, but sometimes it's just easiest to have some good Samaritans nearby to stop a smartphone robbery.
Photograph by Ed Newman on Flickr People, if you're going to
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