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Entertainment Monday, October 17th 2011 at 9:45 am

Sesame Street YouTube Channel Hacked, Videos Replaced With Hardcore Porn

Last night, the YouTube account of Sesame Street got hacked, having all of its regular videos deleted and replaced with hardcore porn videos. YouTube was quick to react and shut down the channel in under half an hour, making the Internet once again safe for young, innocent eyes. Whoever the hacker was changed the name of the YouTube account to “MrEdXwx,” a YouTube user who claims innocence in the fiasco, in that he was framed by the actual hacker. MrEdXwx posted a video (seen after the break) to his YouTube channel stating that he did not hack Sesame Street, and that he works hard to make “quality gameplay videos” and he respects the YouTube community guidelines.

The above picture is a screenshot taken of the hacked page, sporting a banner that says “I’ts where porn lives,” with the apostrophe out of place with no indicator as to whether or not that was intentional. As of Sunday, the channel had 140,000 subscribers when the videos were replaced with hardcore porn; one video clip being from “First Anal Quest,” a website with a theme one can easily guess from the name. As of this time, no one has stepped forward and claimed responsibility of the hack, and Sesame Street’s YouTube channel is still currently unavailable, so users will have to get their wholesome puppetry or hardcore anal porn clips elsewhere.

(via reddit)

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