Porn Star Wannabe Banned From Xbox Live

Porn Star Wannabe Banned From Xbox Live

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Microsoft has banned an Uno player for ‘exposing himself’ online until the year… get ready for this… 9999. I’m not sure whether or not Microsoft is trying to be funny with this, or if they’re in fact really thinking about supporting Xbox Live for another 7989 years with that poor guy’s gamertag forever suspended in limbo for his future kin never to uphold again.

To make matters worse for the poor guy, it was his father who found out the reason why he was banned, after consulting Xbox.com’s Suspensions and Console Bans’ forum for help.

When TC57UK asked the Microsoft team why his son had been suspended for 7989 years from Live, moderator XBLPET Whiskey replied “Your son was exposing himself on camera in Uno.”

I couldn’t help but laugh at the matter, honestly. It’s bad to get banned for thousands of years from Xbox Live, but what makes the situation worse is that the gamer’s father, for the rest of his life, will forever have this memory imprinted in his head. Ten years from now, it’s going to be an awkward trying to discuss the most embarrassing moments – imagine in 7989 years.

Lesson learned? If you’re planning on being immortal and will be gaming a couple of thousand years from now using the same gamertag on future Xbox Live, limit yourself from exposing your bony macaroni to fellow Uno players. And yes, I predict Uno will still exist in the year 9999, unless someone cleverly comes up with an upgrade to the game; it should be called “Dos.”

[Xbox.com]