Man Arrested For Allegedly Inserting Porn Clip Into 2009 Super Bowl BroadcastS

Man Arrested For Allegedly Inserting Porn Clip Into 2009 Super Bowl BroadcastS

Citing Comcast's "significant economic losses" and the fact that many children were subjected to 37 naughty seconds of pornography during Super Bowl XLIII, federal and state officials announced the arrest of a 38-year-old Marana, Ariz. man last night.

Frank Tanori Gonzalez was taken into custody on suspicion of fraud and computer tampering charges, say the Arizona Attorney General and F.B.I. They allege that FTG piped 37 seconds from the "Club Jenna" feed — in which the lovely Tristan Kingsley unzips Evan Stone's pants and goes to work — into Super Bowl XLIII after Arizona went up on Pittsburgh in the fourth quarter. Some viewers watching the game on KVOA in Tucson were aghast.

Says Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, "As a result of the alleged tampering to its servers, Comcast suffered significant economic losses." This, because Comcast offered $10 credits to an estimated 80,000 subscribers whether they saw Miss Kingsley's brief performance or not.

A $10 credit which could have covered a variety of adult offerings on the Comcast menu.

Marana man arrested, accused of airing pornography during 2009 Super Bowl [KVOA]

Gotcha! FBI arrest Arizona man accused of interrupting 2009 Super Bowl broadcast with 37 seconds of porn [Daily Mail]

Meet Tristan Kingsley, Evan Stone's Partner In Super Bowl Porn [Fleshbot]

Comcast "Mortified" Over Porn Clip Leak During Super Bowl [Yahoo]