Dad sues Sprint, says son’s new phone preloaded with porn

Dad sues Sprint, says son’s new phone preloaded with porn

When you buy a new phone, you have a reasonable expectation that it will have nothing on it.

It therefore comes as a surprise when you open it up and discover pictures of people with nothing on.

This is the allegation being laid in a lawsuit against Sprint and Nextel by the father of a young son in Pasadena, Calif.

As CBS Los Angeles reports, Arsen Garibyan says the phone he bought from a Sprint dealer in October 2011 contained pornographic images and videos of people he identifies as Sprint store staff in a Pasadena, Calif., store.

His lawsuit claims that the his son, who is underage, began to play with the phone and discovered the offensive images.

Sprint issued a very carefully-worded statement: “This incident occurred at a retail store in Pasadena that was selling Sprint products. Sprint does not condone this behavior. The sales representatives allegedly implicated were NOT Sprint employees.”

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