Jacob Woods just wanted to play the latest N-B-A video game, but the disc he brought home from the store had nothing to do with basketball.
When the eleven-year-old Stokes County boy installed the video into his Playstation Portable, what played was a pornographic movie.
Tony Woods says the game box was sealed and wrapped when he bought it at a local Wal-Mart.
A Wal-Mart spokeswoman says the company will exchange the tape or refund the video for a new one. She says the chain will also work with the manufacturer to determine what happened.
Tony Woods says he's contacted an attorney, but also says he just wants his son to get the right video before he goes on a trip next week.
so let me see if i understand this one. this kid hits the young male JACKPOT and he runs off and tells his dad!?!?!? nice. hey dad, when you're suing Walmart, be sure to include free makeup and dresses for life in the settlement. your "son" is going to need them.