Ooops that doesn't look like the video I wanted to show!  Granted I'll give the unidentified dad an A+  for throwing the whole party himself, but you think checking your computer would be on the top of that 'things to do list.'I'm guessing the plan was to eat cake, open presents, then watch a movie with all of your friends, but I think they were a LITTLE BIT too young for this one.  The father of the child said he rented the Smurfs movie from a Redbox in his town, but after starting up the computer and putting in the DVD he forgot to close out a couple of  pornographic images first.  To make matters worse the father later told the police that someone must have messed with the movie prior to him, but the police haven't found proof of this. Its not like you could play the movie one time and have porn show up, then the next time nothing happens.  I think anyone with some sort of computer knowledge could say that this guy just screwed up.  Since most of the officials think this was an 'accident,' there will be no criminal charges according to the Chief of Police.

He’s got some explaining to do."

P.S. if you have 'Personal Computer' that you are using, you should probably clear EVERYTHING before you use it again publicly.