Sony hack forces thousands of children outside over Christmas

Funny story written by D Agnew

Saturday, 27 December 2014

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Thousands of Children were forced to play outside or entertain them selves with board games after the massive hack that left gamers unable to connect to the internet on Christmas day.

The Hack resulted in gangs of feral children leaving their bedrooms and wandering the streets, playing football or riding bikes.

Hospitals were over whelmed with Children suffering from exposure to fresh air and exercise while others were forced to sit down with their families and play old fashioned games like monopoly or Connect 4.

We found a group of gamers using a slide in a park after one intrepid child managed to climb up the steps and reach the top without suffering any ill effects.

The news of the hack was met with mixed reactions from parents who now had an extra teenager in their living rooms shambling about seeking entertainment, While most parents drank them selves oblivious on Sherry, others used the opportunity to re-connect with their kids going for a walk with them or just simply catching up on the last five years.

Sony has since restored the on-line service and is offering twenty red gems that don't exist in the real world as compensation to those affected by the outage.

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

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