Topless avatar shows up in offical Tiger Woods golf computer game!

A woman playing golf at her Playstation was shocked to se her “self” tee off TOPLESS in a Tiger Woods golf game.

Tiger Woods PGA 11 Topless golf computer game

Tiger Woods PGA 11 Topless golf computer game

Jo Eley had “spent ages” creating an avatar to make it resemble herself using face-mapping technology.  But when she started playing, her avatar was topless and, wearing only white hotpants.

Eley, who will turn 27 shortly, said she believed a programmer put the hidden strip in as a prank after Tiger Woods famous screw around with pornstars that was covered broadly in the media. Jo, the mother of one likes to play the Tiger Woods PGA 11 golf game with her partner Nathan Oliver, where they live in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK.

Topless golfer found hidden in Tiger Woods PGA Golf Game for Playstation

Topless golfer found hidden in Tiger Woods PGA Golf Game for Playstation

She told a tabloid: “We couldn’t stop laughing. Now I can’t get rid of it. It could have been worse, she looks quite good and has bigger boobs than me.”

PG Electronic Arts responded by saing: “We have extensively investigated and have determined that this situation is not possible through a retail copy of the game. The player model is clearly modified as a result of hacking.”

It is not know if Tiger Woods have shown any interest in switching to Playstation golf following these topless news.


Mr Bean replaces Spanish PM on EU presidency site

Visitors to Spain’s EU presidency website have been greeted by an image of hapless fictional character Mr Bean instead of Spain’s Socialist leader.

Mr Bean

Mr Bean

An unidentified hacker briefly hijacked the site on Monday, replacing Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero with that of a bumbling comedy buffoon.

In Spain, the similarity between Mr Zapatero and the Mr Bean actor Rowan Atkinson, is a long-standing joke.



The government said the site itself,, had not been attacked.

In a statement, it said that a hacker had taken a screenshot of the homepage to make a photo montage.

“The alleged attack exploited a vulnerability called cross-site scripting,” it said.

For most visitors, this meant that a smiling Mr Bean replaced Mr Zapatero, complete with a benign smile and the words “Hi there”.

Mr Bean as Spanish PM

Mr Bean the Spanish PM

In a recent edition of El Pais, Mr Zapatero was depicted as Mr Bean in a cartoon above an article that was highly critical of his handling of the economy in Spain, where unemployment has reached almost 20%.