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"The Apple iPad went on sale in Britain today—and there was blood on the streets of the company's flagship store in central London. Fortunately for the company's sizeable PR machine, the fluid was spilt by accident, rather than in anger. 'See that bloodstain there?,' said Joe Woodcock, pointing to a sizeable red smear on the brass-edged door opening on to Regent Street. 'That's where some man fell over at 2am and hit his head.'" [Guardian]