Husband uses PS4 to stream naked, passed out wife

A man used a live-streaming app on his PlayStation 4 console to expose his wife’s breasts before undressing her and exposing her naked body.

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A man used a live-streaming app on his PlayStation 4 console to expose his wife’s breasts before undressing her and exposing her naked body.

The geek of the week let the Web sneak a peek.

A PlayStation 4 owner used the system’s new live-streaming feature to share his drunk, presumably unconscious wife’s breasts with an online gaming community for roughly 15 minutes, according to Game Revolution.

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Then the channel went dark. When it returned, she was completely naked. It appears that he had undressed her.

The couple, known online as Darckobra, recorded themselves with a pre-installed app for the game system known as Playroom. It allows PlayStation Camera owners to shoot full screen scenes of their entire living room.

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The strip show was online for about 15 minutes. The user, Darckobra, has since been kicked of a site that broadcasted the non-gaming content.

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The strip show was online for about 15 minutes. The user, Darckobra, has since been kicked of a site that broadcasted the non-gaming content.

This is then broadcast not on the boob tube but through the live video streaming platform Twitch.

It started innocently enough. The couple was drinking while sitting on their coach, but everything went south after she passed out.

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Twitch quickly booted Darckobra and several other accounts that breached the terms of service, according to Ars Technica. Then the service proceeded to tweet out a summary of its guidelines.

“FYI: We continue to moderate according to our Terms of Service. Non-gaming content is not allowed,” the company wrote. “Non-gaming content (c): If using PS4 Playroom, the content must be about games or gaming and within our ToS. Thanks for understanding.”

Twitch told Gawker’s Kotaku that they are vigilant about inappropriate material and will either ban or suspend the associated accounts, depending on the severity.

“In addition to our own efforts, the Twitch community is unique in that it likes to flag content they suspect or know is a breach of our ToS,” a spokesman for Twitch told the gaming glob. “Like any social network from YouTube to Facebook, there will always be a very small minority of users who attempt to circumvent the rules.”

mwalsh@nydailynews.com


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