I guess we should call this article "10 reasons why its a bad idea to live stream a stolen copy of a movie for everyone to see." but we'll leave that title for Buzzfeed.
Last night Buzzfeed utilized Facebook's live streaming feature to stream a copy of Monty Python and the Holy Grail for it's followers to join in and watch.
Everything seemed to be going well...
Kevin Lee Co, a 45-year-old man out of Rocklin, California has come forward to plead guilty to charges of wire fraud and money laundering, after being caught by his employer for stealing $4.8 million between 2008 and 2015.
Co, who reportedly used to work in the accounting department of Holt of California spent much of this money on decadent pleasures like fast shiny cars, NBA tickets, and home furniture, buut he also managed to spend around a million on what the courts initially described as an 'online video game'. If you could call it that.
Turns out the game in question was a mobile game, 'Game of War.' Trying to stomach that for a second. This ingrate robbed his company of millions of buckaroons, and spent a whopping million on THAT game. Words fall short here, unfortunately.
I hope it was worth it, man. Let's just watch the trailer now, cause Kate Upton and stuff.