Written by drdevil

Saturday, 4 January 2014

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An Xbox One has been found behind a toilet in a male toilet room in St Enoch, Glasgow. It was discovered when a pipe burst. It is unknown how it got there in the first place, though people have suspicions that a gamer at E3 2013 had stole an Xbox One and escaped to Glasgow. However, many people have try to prove this theory false

The Xbox One was taken to a flat in Dennistoun and was tested with the game "Dead Rising 3". The Xbox One was having issues at first, but then it started working properly.

"When we discovered the early Xbox One behind the toilet we were like "What the f**k?!". Then we decided to go to my flat in Dennistoun and test it. We were shocked to find out it was still working. Well, after we got it to work" said Gregory Kirby-McFarlane.

The Xbox One had Kinect with it; if it didn't, it would not work due to Microsoft's strict DRM policies when it was initially announced. The Xbox One had both controllers as well, luckily. Kirby-McFarlane plans to sell the discovered Xbox One on eBay for a starting bid of £2000. Watch you don't miss out on this rarity!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Toilet, Glasgow, xbox, gaming

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