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Sunday, 30 March 2014

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When Judd's MP3 player exploded the explosion was seen and heard 17 miles away.

TARZANA, California - The Tarzana Police Department is investigating an unusual case where an MP3 player apparently exploded for no reason at all.

According to the TPD Judd Littsenfino, who is 17-years-old said that he was in the parking lot of a local mall when all of a sudden his MP3 player started making a strange hissing sound.

Judd said that he really didn't think nothing about it since he grew up East Los Angeles where hissing and other similar sounds were pretty much the norm.

He said that something told him to put the MP3 player down on the ground and start walking away from it.

Judd had gotten about 72 yards when all of a sudden the MP3 player exploded sending up a fiery cloud that could be seen and heard as far away as 17 miles.

Judd was taken down to the police station where he was questioned. Everything seemed pretty normal except for the one fact that Judd told the investigating officers that his MP3 player had a little over 12 million MP3 songs.

SIDENOTE: One of California's leading experts on MP3 players was contacted and he stated that he is 99.3 percent sure that the explosion occurred due to the tremendous volume of songs that Judd had on it. He explained that twelve million songs is a bit much.

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