Instead of sharing FIFA wonder goals or "Call of Duty" action, a PS4 owner has used the new live-streaming feature to expose his wife's breast and strip her naked for the whole gaming community to see.
One of the new ways PlayStation is hoping to bring gamers together is by letting users broadcast their gaming live through Twitch, via a peripheral camera. One game, called "Playroom," records you in your living room playing with virtual creations -- and that's where the problem started.
As reported by website GameRevolution, the couple sat on their sofa drinking until the woman passed out. He then lifted her shirt and exposed her breast for "about 15 minutes." After that he went one step further by briefly turning off the broadcast only to return with the unconscious woman completely stripped naked.
The user was reportedly banned instantly but they weren't the only ones getting up to naughtiness. Some other users made videos of themselves parading around with guns, while others also exhibited instances of nudity.
It was only a matter of time before PlayStation users exploited and defiled the live-streaming feature. At the moment the feature is open for any gamer to publicly display all manner of X-rated shenanigans before they are banned. What this means for its future and the implications of censorship will surely be a big issue for Sony.
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