Comcast Contractors Arrested for Animal Cruelty
Comcast just can't seem to work with people who stay out of trouble
by KathrynV 02:01PM Saturday May 31 2008
Comcast subcontractors are notorious
for engaging in bad (often illegal) behavior that’s included everything from falling asleep at customer’s homes to murder. In keeping with that ongoing tradition, three contractors have been arrested
for animal cruelty after they were caught torturing a kitten (see news video
). The kitten was rescued after being spray painted and kicked nearly to death. As per usual, Comcast isn’t happy to hear the news and insists that it’s doing everything it can to quit working with people who are going to act this way.
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dvd536as Mr. Pink as they comePremium
|reply to insomx |
Re: Can it get much worse?
that kitten must have been trying to download via p2p.
As far as I'm concerned..
throw the bastards in jail for 10 years.
In my book..mistreating animals is akin to mistreating kids.
With that said however..this has what to do with Comcast?
The Coyote captured the RR! Roadrunner Rick is now Comcastic!
This is generally editorial based fodder. I've noticed it getting worse of the past few months. The readers should challenge the editors of BBR to become more professional and start focusing on real news and technology that intelligent people are interested in.
PhoenixDownFIOS is AwesomePremium
Fresh Meadows, NY
|reply to gilligun |
Re: worm food
Someone needs to crack a wrench across their f'ing faces
I dont care whos employee they are....They are just lucky I didnt catch em in the act.
Why do I have long hair?? It covers my bald spot!
Laguna Hills, CA
Out of Comcast's control
Can't blame Comcast for the lunacy of a 3rd party contractor. Most criminals are employed by someone.
Meanwhile it's lame that the punishment is a maximum of $300 and 6 months. I saw a sign today in Garden Grove, CA that illegal fireworks was a $1,000 fine. Carpool lane tickets start at around $400.
A kitten for Christ's sake...these asswipes need to die.