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Cable provider apologizes for Super Bowl porn

TUCSON, Ariz. - A cable television provider has apologizedto Tucson-area customers over a 30-second porn interruption duringthe Super Bowl.

Philadelphia-based Comcast issued a brief statement Mondaysaying the company is "mortified" and is conducting a thoroughinvestigation.

Comcast spokeswoman Jennifer Khoury says the initialinvestigation suggests that the interruption was an "isolated,malicious act."

The company says only customers in the Tucson area receiving thestandard definition feed -- not high definition -- were affected.

Tucson media outlets reported that they received calls fromirate viewers about the porn, which aired just after the ArizonaCardinals' Larry Fitzgerald scored on a long touchdown receptionduring the game's final minutes.

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