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Friday, 28 December 2012 10:50

Kid gets 3DS porn for Christmas

Written by Nick Farrell



Santa goes down… the chimney


A five year old kid was delivered some hardcore porn this Christmas and apparently his parents have written a stiff letter to Santa.

While it does not surprise us that a geriatric bloke with a beard who likes small children sitting on his knee might try and groom a five year old, according to 9News the kids parents were not impressed. The kid found photos of porn on his 3DS console he received for his Christmas present this year. Without killing the illusion that Santa delivered the toy to the kid, it appears that the console was purchased from Gamestop and was pre-owned.

Apparently Gamestop did not check the contents of the console before it went on sale and the previous owner put up those pictures and forgot to delete them before he decided to trade it in. There were nine porn images, which no doubt required an immediate explanation about why that woman might not be wearing clothes, and why the keyboard is sticky. It should not have been too challenging, the kid was five and only recently would have stopped seeing such imagery and thought “breakfast”.

Gamestop apologised to the kid and his family and gave them brand new 3DS instead.

Nick Farrell

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