Super Bowl porn man nabbed

A mystery hard core porn clip was
broadcast to thousands of shocked Tucson football fans two years ago when
transmission of the nail-biting final minutes of the 2009 Super Bowl were
interrupted.

On the eve of this year’s clash,
police have nabbed a suspect. Frank Tanori Gonzalez, 38, was arrested on Friday
at his home in Marana, northwest of Tucson, on suspicion of fraud and computer
tampering, the FBI said.

The charges stem from a 30-second
clip that cut into a local cable transmission of the final stages of Super Bowl
XLIII, as viewers watched the Pittsburgh Steelers clinch victory over the
Arizona Cardinals, 27-23.

Cable provider Comcast said the
clip showing a graphic sex act was broadcast to some suburban customers
watching the game on a low-definition service.

The Arizona Daily Star newspaper
said Tanori was a supervisor and longtime employee at Cox Communications at the
time of the incident, and named the pornographic movie as “Wild Cherries 5.