Pornographic Video Displayed On Michigan Billboard; Hackers Caught On Video
Luckily there was no reports of injuries last Saturday night on I-75 in Auburn Hills Michigan’s.
The Detroit News is reporting that around 11 p.m. an electronic billboard was displaying a pornographic video. After receiving a number of compliant calls police arrived and saw the pornographic video playing. The video had been playing for about 20 minutes and was finally shutdown after the police contacted the company.
Two suspects are seen breaking into a building that contains the computer system that controls the billboard and played porn on it for about 20 minutes, police said.
A video was obtained by Auburn Hills police that shows the two disguised suspects forcing their way into the building at approximately 10:49 p.m. According to the police it only took about 15 minutes for the suspects to obtain entry into the computer system and upload the pornographic video.
The suspects, who appear to be young males, now face potential burglary charges, a felony offense, Auburn Hills police said.
Officials said “promoting pornography or promoting pornography for minors by disseminating any pornographic images is a violation of the city's local ordinances and carries a penalty of 90 days in jail or a $500 fine or both.”
I certainly hope they will eventually determine who these people are and charge them to the fullest extent of the law, someone could have been harmed in an accident.
The Auburn Hills Police Department is asking that anyone who might know anything about the suspects to call 248-364-9460.
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