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Tucson Comcast Viewers Subjected to Super Bowl Porn

Category: General News
Posted: February 2, 2009 02:17PM
Author: Nemo

Viewers in Tucson got much more than they bargained for during the Super Bowl broadcast on Sunday.  According to reports, the game froze and viewers were treated to about 30 seconds of a feed from Club Jenna, an adult cable channel, that showed a definitely not family-friendly segment. A Comcast spokesperson used the word “mortified” to express the company's reaction to the incident. Apparently, non-cable viewers of the local TV station were also affected because the video feed was sent through Comcast's digital lines prior to reaching customers' homes. Comcast is investigating the incident and said initial results pointed to a intentional, malicious act.



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malmsteenisgod on February 2, 2009 06:53PM
AHAHAHAHA it's Tucson not Tuscon. But, that is pretty funny.
d3bruts1d on February 3, 2009 05:27AM
Why can't Comcast ever screw up like this in my area? I mean...
Nemo on February 3, 2009 11:36AM
I see where Comcast is now offering its customers a $10 credit as a way of apologizing.

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