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Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Comcast Tech Abuses Power to Exact Revenge, Also Enjoys Bong Tokes

Posted By on Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 11:58 AM

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DSL Reports has a story about a Comcast Tech who abused his elite access to exact vengeance on a video game prankster. Twenty-year-old Mark Ribeiro of Canada used Comcast support systems to find customer information after getting his Xbox packet flooded by an Xbox Live gamer. Shortly after calling the customer to let them know what their punk kid was doing, Ribeiro began gloating about the situation on Internet forums, but was daft enough to use his real name. This has resulted in a public link to his MySpace, as well as a couple party photos that include the one up top. Remember kids: smoking pot only leads to hanging out with girls, playing video games, and becoming an Internet vigilante on a power trip. Hey, two out of three ain't bad. -- ASD Staff Report

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