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That was a red-face situation for the developer, but since then another even more embarrassing cock-up has been unearthed.The game features a poster which reads "Pest Control" and features two phone numbers - both of which link through to real-world sex lines when dialled from a real-world telephone. Speaking to Kotaku, the game's creative director Neil Druckmann explained why it happened: That was an artist's mistake.(from Kevin Ewoldt at Hogs Haven) From billionaire to coach and it's not an Adam Sandler movie If you were a billionaire, what would you do with your life?For the former head of TD Ameritrade, the answer is: become an assistant football coach at the University of Nebraska.Apparently, the number that was posted on the website had one digit wrong. Department of Fish & Wildlife, in order for Americans to purchase a stamp that would allow them to hunt ducks during the upcoming season.As a result, customers who were rushing to sign up for Obamacare on the last day of open enrollment, ended up being offered a chance to talk dirty to some sexy singles. A card provided listed two numbers where the stamps could be purchased. But, due to a printing error, the alternative number to call if that number was busy was listed as 1-800-TRAMP24."You do have to admit it is kind of funny," Sand told ABC 9 in Cincinnati."When we dialed it for the second time, I sat there and thought 'are you kidding me? "She also told the news station that she hopes her discovery doesn't give the Bengals or Chad a bad name.
Ochocinco told a local news station that the mix-up was clearly a mistake and that he's confident the manufacturer will correct the problem.The department plans to replace the misprinted cards and strengthen its review process to prevent future errors. Ladies, to talk to interesting and exciting guys free, press one now. Press two to connect free now." That was what some callers to California's Affordable Care Act Health Exchange website heard when they called to try and sign up for health insurance.LEWISTON, Maine — Some holders of electronic benefits transfer cards find that dialing the phone number on the back of the cards gets them a sex line, not their balances.A Maine Department of Health and Human Services spokesman tells the Sun Journal that officials have been aware for months that the phone number on some cards is off by one digit.