Comcast Still Perplexed About Adult Super Bowl Interruption

Posted on February 4, 2009

ComcastThe Tucson Citizen reports that Comcast has been unable to figure out how some unwanted adult content was streamed to viewers in Arizona during the Super Bowl. Some Comcast cable viewers saw about 30 seconds of pornography instead of the football game.
The company's corporate affairs manager in Tucson, Kelle Maslyn, said Wednesday the cable company has yet to find the perpetrator or perpetrators.

She called the incident an "isolated malicious act" and said leads will be pursued "until we come to a resolution."

Maslyn said anyone who wants to comment on the incident can use the company's new e-mail address set up to handle complaints about about the porn feed: tucsonfeedback@comcast.net

Only those not watching the broadcast in high definition got the porn feed, which featured full-frontal male nudity.
The Tucson Citizen says those who witnessed the naughty clip can obtain a $10 credit from Comcast by calling 888-315-8219.


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