Super Bowl XLIII was played in Tampa, Florida, but real-life drama unfolded on the televisions across the Tucson-area Sunday night. Tuning into watch the biggest game of the year amounted to viewing a lot more for Comcast viewers. During a portion of the Steelers v. Cardinals game, the game was interrupted with a 30-second clip of adult content and many saw full male nudity. While this incident is most likely the cause of “malicious acts,” pornography and football comes up in 2008->Ch0061->Section%20075#0061.075; target=”_blank”>;Florida divorces regularly.
Florida is a “no-fault” divorce state, but using money to purchase pornography, place bets on football (Super Bowl XLII), or have extramarital relationships can really come back with a vengeance. Thankfully, the men and women tuning in on Sunday will not be accused of such behavior for their brief encounter with a “malicious act” at the cable company.
Written By: Lenorae Atter
Family Law Attorney