Monday, August 10, 2009

CHILD PORN DOWNLOADED BY CAT? I THINK NOT!

Here’s a story that made the news last week, but bears repeating, I think. In Jepsen Beach, Florida, a human named Keith Griffin was arrested on child pornography charges after the police found over 1,000 illicit images on his computer. Griffin contended that he left the room while downloading music and when he returned, his cat had walked across the keyboard and downloaded “strange material.”

Nice try, chucko. Hey, I acknowledge that many cats (myself included) enjoy an entertaining stroll across our human’s computer keyboard from time to time, and I also acknowledge that I occasionally surf the net looking for racy images of Hello Kitty. But this allegation is completely bogus! If Griffin were truly downloading music, there’s virtually no way his kitty could have walked across the keyboard and brought up an entirely different web page. And furthermore, to bring up 1,000 images (according to mathematical probability statistics), his kitty would have had to walk across the keyboard no less than 978,432 trillion times!

Needless to say, the police did not buy Griffin’s explanation and took him into custody. His kitty, an innocent victim of blind justice (like Dr. Richard Kimble in “The Fugitive”) is being cared for by a family friend.

4 comments:

Jan's Funny Farm said...

We read that cat poo story recently. The guy doesn't have much in the line of brains, does he!

Kind of like the police coming to arrest a guy who wasn't home. Only the little dog there kept barking and barking at the closet. Cops looked. No suspect. Dog kept barking. They found the guy under a pile of clothes in there. He threatened the dog, but the dog got a new home.

Daisy said...

It was very Wrong of him to blame the kitty!

Derby said...

I read that story, lock that stupid human away. Plus a cat would be looking for KITTIE P0RN not KIDDIE P0RN!

crazykittykat1 said...

No blaming the kitties, sheesh! Bad people really need to take the responsibility for what they have done, not blame the kitty.