Porn Interrupts Super Bowl Broadcast In Tucson

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Digital_Playgrounds_shay.jpgFor Cardinal fans there really wasn't anything that pornographic about their team coming up limp in yesterday's Super Bowl however for about 10 seconds for subscribers of Comcast cable - there was some pretty scandalous content on screen. Published reports from the area and nationally suggest that for about 10 second of the big game's broadcast there was a pirated stream of graphic adult content running in place of the Super Bowl.

Comcast confirmed the action saying it was "a malicious act" and will work with authorities to investigate the culprits.

The local NBC affiliate, KVOA, suggested that only some of Comcast's clients saw the material.

The kind of football pornography that Arizona Cardinal fans were looking for never materialized as the Pittsburgh Steelers led by Santinio Holmes and Ben Roethlisberger pulled off a dramatic late forth quarter drive including a miraculous catch by Holmes in the end zone. Officials doused all Arizona hope of a Super Bowl victory when they blew a call for excessive celebration (a 15 yard penalty in the NFL) by Holmes after the touch down and failed to review the forward motion of Arizona quarterback Kurt Warner's arm. The game ended with a "fumble" recovered by the Steelers who won their league leading sixth Super Bowl.


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