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Christmas ruined after boy finds block of wood and a NSFW drawing in his PS4 box
Child offered new game system, but belief in Santa ruined.
It was a real dick move.
Nine-year-old Scott Lundy was excited to open up his new PlayStation 4 on Christmas morning, only to find a block of wood with a hand-drawn penis next to the phrase “From cock and balls with love” in its place.
According to a Facebook post by Lundy’s step-mother, Kristin, he wasn’t the only child who was duped by the block of wood scam during this holiday season. While there’s no official explanation for how the profane woodblock ended up in the box, the Lundy family was told this “happens sometime.”
“It happens through the distribution, the assembly line, or something,” Lundy told Channel 7 in Boston.
The family returned the fake block of wood to the Target store where they purchased it. They received a new system, a copy of The Uncharted Collection, and a $100 gift card. However, the sting of the cruel prank can’t be completely erased.
“This has ruined his belief in Santa,” Kristin Lundy’s Facebook post reads.
We hope you’re happy, penis pranker.
A former YouTube reporter for the Daily Dot, Rae Votta has more than a decade of experience in the digital and entertainment industries. Her work has appeared on AOL, Huffington Post, Out Magazine, Logo, VH1, Current TV, Billboard, and NYMag. She joined Netflix in 2016.