Someone at the San Francisco International Airport stole a 7-foot unicycle used by the "Red Panda Acrobat" for her plate-juggling routine, and the legendary performer is offering a $2,000 reward to get it back, the AP reports. KTVU-TV reports that police on Wednesday released surveillance photos from Jan. 24 that show a man wheeling away a black bag containing the $25,000 unicycle belonging to acrobat Rong Niu. The suspect is described as having a red beard and ponytail and sporting Skechers footwear.
Niu is known for juggling plates on her head and feet while balancing on a unicycle during halftime at sporting events. She's a regular performer for the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers, and Los Angeles Lakers. She's also appeared on America's Got Talent. Niu's agent, Pat Figley, says she's had that unicycle for 30 years and is heartbroken. "It's like her baby was kidnapped," he says. Figley notes that the person may have even taken it by mistake; he says they'll accept it back without any questions.
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