12-30-2009, 03:10 AM #1
OK Boy find X-Rated surprise in Christmas gift
Oklahoma Boy Finds X-Rated Surprise in Christmas Gift
YUKON, OK -- What was meant to be a nice gift for a 9-year-old Yukon boy turned out to be an X-rated present. Two Yukon parents had no idea what types of pictures their son was about to find on his new digital camera, Christmas morning.
"I have no clue what to think, especially that my boy had to go through this," said concerned parent Andrew Graham.
Stored on the camera were a series of pornographic photos and the 9-year-old boy discovered them on his own. Full story at link
It's sick that whoever returned the camera with their x-rated photos on it, knew good and darn well that a child would end up getting that camera. Shame on them!
12-30-2009, 08:30 AM #2
Since Wal-Mart doesn't have a return history on this item, it makes me wonder if a store employee used the camera for his thrill, saved the pics to a disc or flashdrive, and then put the camera back so it could never be traced to him.
I would be totally POed, but if that's what happened I don't know how the store could have prevented it. Maybe we ALL need a policy of checking cameras/phones/games for their history before buying or selling. I know GameStop is supposed to wipe the drive before they sell a new gaming system, and I'll bet this is why.
12-30-2009, 08:44 AM #3
Since the store package had obviously been opened, I think someone did this intentionally. I think someone swapped their camera with the images with the camera in the box knowing that someone would see those images once the camera was purchased. It's a sick world, isn't it.
01-04-2010, 11:11 PM #4
Wow, poor kid. What a way to ruin a Christimas. Who would think this would happen. I would never think of checking the camera after I got it home and before I gave it away as a gift.
01-05-2010, 10:43 AM #5In constant need of a nap
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