The Silliest Thing You Will Read Today, And It’s PS4 Related
You know what amazes me? Every single time you believe that human stupidity has reached some kind of certain peak, someone proves beyond all reasonable doubt that the sky (and beyond) is the limit.
I’m sure you’re aware that when an electrical appliance gives you an electric shock, it might be time to exercise caution or worry that there is something faulty. If it continues to happen, it’s a no-brainer that there is without a doubt something very wrong.
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Well, PSN user Bogusm suffered this problem with his PS4 but rather than immediately seek to exchange it for a new console or keep it away from the kids, he took to the PlayStation forums to get advice on the issue. He said:
The first time I tried to eject a game disc I got an electric shock when pressing the eject button on my Playstation 4. After that I get an electric shock almost every time. Feels like touching an electric fence.
I am not sure I dare letting my kid use the PS4 any more. Should I return the unit or what?
Let’s take this in for a moment. While we don’t know how long the period of ownership is, we can assume that it’s a fairly lengthy period of time. In that time, Bogusm and his children have been using their PS4 console with a free built-in electric shock feature each time the eject button is pressed. Clearly this particular, sentient PS4 despises those who remove game discs and end their play sessions.
I know you may have thought that “DualShock” was telling, but that’s just what the controller is called Bogusm and it doesn’t actually shock you. Never mind the PS4 console itself.
So, Bogusm took to action by posting a new thread on the internet with a title that sort of implied he was worried the shock would eventually become lethal.
If this is not any attempt at trolling and Bogusm is the real deal, then one forum member pretty much summarised the situation with the following wise words:
If this is real it is the dumbest question asked on any forum ever.