PSP Porn Ruins ChristmasS

Ten-year-old Kade Goodman's holiday dreams were shattered on Christmas Day, when it was discovered that someone had left a penis on his used PSP.

The PSP-nis was uncovered by Kade's thirteen-year-old brother shortly after the gift was unwrapped, as thirteen-year-old boys have an uncanny knack for uncovering porn no matter how hard my father tried to hide it. In this case the offending image was lurking in the background images for the used system, where Omaha used game retailer CD Tradepost had neglected to look while performing its traditional cleansing of the PSP porn ritual.

Kade's father Shon was taken aback.

"At first I thought it was a joke," he said. "Maybe it will come off. But when I started getting into it and started to erase it and couldn't, the more I thought about it, the madder I got."

Increasingly frustrated at his failed attempts to get the penis off, Shon brought the game system back to CD Tradepost, where it was quickly cleared away. The family walked away with a penis-free PSP, a free game for their troubles, and a traumatized young boy who should never have seen such a thing.

Omaha's KETV had nearly as much fun with the story as I have. Just look at the lede to their story: "It was a gift from a father to a son. It was a much-wanted portable gaming system. But the gift came with an X-rated surprise."

Now a picture of a penis alone isn't technically x-rated, but it sure makes the story much more dramatic. I suppose we really have no idea what the penis was doing in the picture, if anything. As the accompanying video explains, "A picture of a penis appeared on the PSP screen, an image we simply can't show you on TV."

The moral of this story is that parents should check over used gaming systems completely before gifting them to their children, and if it's too complicated for said parents to figure out, then perhaps they should just shell out a few extra bucks for a new one.

Christmas Gift Leads To X-Rated Surprise [KETV - Thanks Monsignor!]