Comcast Offers $10 Credit Over SB Porn Problem

As you know, some Super Bowl viewers in Tucson, AZ, were given a little extra incentive to stay glued to their seats when 30 seconds of porn abruptly came onto their screens. (Heh, heh - ‘came’.)

Jenna Jameson pigtails

(How could Jenna Jameson be involved in such a thing? She looks so innocent!)

Well, Comcast feels really bad about the whole thing - so much so that the cable provider is offering subscribers a $10 credit due to the pornographic interrpution. Free porn and 10 dollars? What a country!

The TUCSON CITIZEN has the official apologetic statement from the Comcast corporate bigwigs on how ‘appalled’ they were over the naughty video:

“The Super Bowl is a family viewing event and (Sunday) night was even more special here in Arizona as we were all cheering for the Cardinals.

“While this credit won’t change what happened, we hope that it will demonstrate to our customers, and to the Tucson community, how seriously we are taking this situation.”

Of course, this credit is only good for those viewers who weren’t watching the HD telecast. Should’ve held off on buying that Vizio, Roscoe - you just lost out on 10 bucks.

In the meantime, a Comcast spokesperson says they “have some leads” as to who’s responsible for this “isolated, malicious act“, and the company will “aggressively pursue” them “until we come to a resolution.”

We’d like to find out who did it, too - so we can tell them, “Great job!

*UPDATE*: Finally, video has surfaced of the Super Bowl sex shocker!