"New" Comcast DVR Is, Predictably, Full Of Porn

If you have kids in your house, and Comcast or Time Warner Cable or whichever cable company you have sends you a DVR, here are is the first thing you’ll need to do:

• Delete the last guy’s porn.

or

• Keep the last guy’s porn for yourself, but hide it from your kids.

Yet another DVR with some lewd programming arrived at a kid infested house. When the customer called to complain, Comcast didn’t care.

“They didn’t care at all,” Allman said. “All they said was that they didn’t have the time to check all of the boxes and told me to just erase it.” “It’s hard to tell what is objectionable anymore. I bet there are some people who would have been glad to find it. But I am not one of them,” she said.

For the record, the titles on her box weren’t hardcore. G-String Divas and what not. Saucy.

Still, you don’t want your 8 year old watching that. Now Comcast is apologizing and promising that they will check the boxes. They won’t. Trust us. You need to check these boxes before giving them to kids. Then, if you find porn, you can complain about what “almost” happened. —MEGHANN MARCO

Woman offended by items on replacement cable box [Press of Atlantic City] (Thanks, Michael!)
(Photo: cmorran123)

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