Osama Bin Laden Used Real Address on Playstation Network
White House officials revealed that the recent outage of the Playstation Network was invaluable in tracking down Osama Bin Laden.
White House correspondent Melissa Richardson revealed to The Noble Eskimo that the recent outage of PSN was not caused by hackers as Sony stated, but rather was used as a tool to track down the elusive terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden. "We recently learned through our intelligence agencies that Bin Laden is a very prolific user of the Playstation 3. He usually uses dummy accounts on the Playstation Network, but we had reason to believe his latest account was created with accurate information. His credit card billing addresses never matched his listed address, which caused his purchases to be rejected on PSN, and he reportedly desperately wanted the latest Call of Duty map pack, so he took a risk and submitted his real information. At that point, we immediately took Playstation Network down so he could not alter his information and we tracked down that location."
Richardson continues, "With the help of Sony and other organizations, we were able to keep the real reason for the videogame service's downtime under wraps. It gave us plenty of time to hunt down Bin Laden at his address, 'The 2nd Cave on the Left After You Cross that Stream with the Weird-Looking Rock, Afghanistan,' and thanks to these various sources we have now found and killed the most dangerous terrorist in the world."