SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - In the Internet age, those who act first get the traffic. That's certainly the case for the opportunistic individual who launched ComcastSuperBowlPorn.com.
The website offers the 30-second clip from the Club Jenna channel that interrupted the fourth quarter of Sunday's NFL championship for some Comcast subscribers in Tucson.
According to its owner, the site has attracted a massive volume of traffic: 305,000 unique visitors and more than 600,000 page views in just two days.
"It's too much. My checkbook can't keep up with the bandwidth," the owner told AVN Online, requesting to remain anonymous.
The Super Bowl porn site was registered out of Scottsdale, Ariz., via GoDaddy and launched immediately following the game. GoDaddy was a big Super Bowl advertiser this year.
The instant, overwhelming demand slowed down the loading and playing of the video and forced the site's owner to move the short Quicktime porn clip to a second page. So far, the only ads on the site are small banners for hosting company Nexcess and a company called Over the Skin Apparel.
The owner declined comment on his future plans for the site.
View the website at www.ComcastSuperBowlPorn.com .