The Word: Burglar targets Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s son

Angelina Jolie poses with her husband Brad Pitt as they arrive for the world premiere of his film World War Z in London June 2, 2013.  Credit: Reuters
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s SUV was broken into at a paintball park. Credit: Reuters

If you’re going to steal a bunch of iPads – and I understand why you would, I have one and it’s awesome – you should probably steal them from a non-famous family that isn’t under observation around the clock.

That’s the mistake one peculiar thief made when he broke in to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s SUV. The car was parked at Hollywood Sports Paintball Park. Their son Maddox Jolie-Pitt was inside playing paintball with some of his friends and his bodyguards when the paintball park’s security team noticed a white truck pull up next to the SUV, acting oddly.

“It was kind of strange. It was like he knew what car to hit and what he wanted. The truck was moving very slow. He then got into the SUV and started heisting stuff,” owner Giovanni D’Egidio told People.

The LAPD arrived quickly and arrested the alleged thief, Lorenzo Castro, while Maddox and his friends continued to play inside.


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