Porn prank costs Comcast up to $800,000

Porn prank costs Comcast up to $800,000
I don’t think most people found it this funny.

A man in Arizona interrupted the 2009 Super Bowl football game with a 37-second clip of pornography from "Club Jenna", a subscription-only cable TV adult channel.

Frank Tanori Gonzalez sabotaged the feed sent from Comcast by inserting a clip from the porn film "Wild Cherries 5".

The short clip contains a laughing female along with male full-frontal nudity.

Comcast offered a $10 credit to all the subscribers in the area, whether they saw the clip or not.

Mr. Gonzalez had to pay a $1,000 fine and go on three years probation.

He worked for Cox Communications.

– Super Bowl Porn Hacker Frank Gonzalez Pleads Guilty to Computer Tampering, Phoenix New Times Blogs>>

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