Man Arrested For Burglarizing Steve Jobs's Home Once Flaunted His Moobs On Facebook

Meet Kariem McFarlin, the California man arrested this month for allegedly burglarizing the late Steve Jobs’s home.

McFarlin, 35, was arraigned last week on two felony charges stemming from the July 17 theft of more than $60,000 worth of computers, Tiffany & Co. jewelry, and other items--including Jobs's wallet, driver's license, and credit cards--from the Palo Alto residence where the Apple co-founder died last October.

According to his Facebook page, McFarlin--who is now locked up in lieu of $500,000 bail--is a graduate of San Jose State University, where he studied kinesiology. When he posted the above photo, several friends ridiculed him in Facebook comments. “nice titties,” one man wrote, while another pal wondered about the availability of a bra for men.

McFarlin, next due in court on August 20, faces a more than seven years in prison if convicted of the burglary, which police believe was a random act.