South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa recently had an unpleasant experience at an event as his iPad got stolen while he was waiting to give a speech.
The iPad mysteriously vanished during a press conference on Tuesday, June 22, leaving him so confused on live TV.
In a video making rounds online, Ramaphosa who was in the Port of Cape Town for an event was delayed because he was unable to find the iPad which contained his speech.
After he was introduced to the podium by acting presidency spokesperson, Tyrone Seale, Ramaphosa revealed that he was looking for his iPad, and he proceeded to plead with whoever took the gadget to return it.
“I am looking for my iPad. Somebody stole my iPad.
He then says “This is the problem of always handing out your gadgets to other people” and it would be best if he were to keep his gadgets close at hand at all times.
“I had my iPad, I had it in my hand. It’s gone. I’ve lost it, it seems,” he said.
Watch the video: