Comcast shows porn during superbowl

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A short clip from an adult movie channel showing full male nudity interrupted the Comcast feed came just after the Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald scored on a long touchdown reception during the final minutes of the game, the Arizona Daily Star reported. The second interruption was from the adult film Club Jenna and showed a woman unzipping a man's pants followed by a sexual act between the two, the paper reported. A Comcast spokeswoman said she had "no idea" how the porn got into the feed. The KVOA statement said the station was dismayed and disappointed that some Comcast customers and their families were subjected to the material. Comcast spokeswoman Tracy Baumgartner confirmed that the company's standard feed was interrupted during the Super Bowl, although she said its high definition feed was not.

Porn Clip Airs During Super Bowl

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Now with NSFW image gallery. For those Cardinals fans who claimed that Larry Fitzgerald's fourth-quarter touchdown catch was better than sex, they got a quick chance to compare. Immediately following the TD, instead of a replay, some Tucson area Comcast viewers got an eyeful of some full frontal male nudity from Club Jenna, an adult cable station. The porn flick images lasted anywhere from 10 to 30 seconds, according to which reports you read. Fleshbot has the extremely NSFW video. Comcast spokeswoman Tracy Baumgartner confirmed that the company's standard feed was interrupted during the Super Bowl, although she said its high definition feed was not.

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Case closed: A former Cox Communications employee in Arizona admitted in court this week that he inserted a brief hard-core porn clip into the Super Bowl broadcast carried on Comcast's Tucson system. Prosecutors said year-old Frank Tanori Gonzalez, formerly a Cox supervisor, pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of computer tampering, the Arizona Daily Star reported. If he successfully completes his probation, the crime will be designated a misdemeanor rather than a felony, according to the newspaper.
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