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Saturday, 3 May 2008

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Scene from Grand Theft Auto with Hillary Clinton inside

Hidden scenes have been found in Grand Theft Auto IV, the latest in the controversial video game series. It didn't take long for hackers to find the back doors into an even more disturbing world than the already offensive main story.

A previous version of Grand Theft Auto had a hidden scene known as "Hot Coffee", where the game character could have explicit sex with a female character. That drew a lot of controversy and criticism from all the way up, with Senator Hillary Clinton calling for a congressional probe back in 2005.

Apparently the game designers decided to let Mrs. Clinton have it, as one of the hidden scenes shows Disney starlet Miley Cyrus subjecting Hillary Clinton to a different kind of probe. A game spokesman asserted that the scene was political speech and protected under the First Amendment. Clinton responded quickly with: "We'll see about that when I'm President."

The hidden scenes appear to take all sides to task, with George W. Bush, John McCain and Mitt Romney in a bondage and leather scenario, and separately Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and John Edwards all being dominated by Dennis Kucinich.

The most controversial scene of all, though, is one showing Ron Paul being inaugurated as President, with Washington bureaucrats fleeing the city as the Grand Theft Auto character lances as many as he can from his motorcycle. The Ron Paul campaign swiftly denied that any bureaucrats would suffer physical harm in a Ron Paul presidency. "We'd sure fire a lot of them," said a spokesman, "but we'll let their neighbors take care of them once they find out how much money they wasted.

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