A father in Washington was locked out of his iPad for 48.5 years when his toddler tried to guess the password. Evan Osnos posted a photo on Twitter of the iPad asking his followers for suggestions on what to do. Apple products have a security feature that disables the device, and increases in time, every time a user puts in the wrong password.
Most people on Twitter replied with funny jokes but really the only way to reverse the disabled iPad is to factory reset the device which will wipe all of the data from the iPad. Looks like Osnos will have to decide what he wants to do with his iPad but it's pretty much useless as is!