It appears Sony's PlayStation really does do everything like their TV commercials state, as recently gamingtarget
shared a video on YouTube of Taliban militants who use PlayStation Controllers as a detonator device in Afghanistan.
To quote: "Veteran war correspondent for Fox News Channel Steve Harrigan
discovered that militants got their hands on a familiar game controller-turned-detonator while he was embedded with U.S. and Afghan troops last year in Jaji, Afghanistan.
There, troops raided a suspected bomb-making house thanks to an Afghan informant who was paid $2,000.
"A farmer's house, in a locked shed: jackpot," he exclaims before almost poetically listing what troops found inside. It is an enemy, they can build weapons even out of garbage.
The garbage Harrigan refers to includes a clear-blue original PlayStation controller, one that's so old it pre-dates the dual analog sticks.
"Something as simple [that] a solider may've thrown out, because their Sony PlayStation was broken, can be used as an initiator device," explains an unidentified U.S. Army Ranger who was holding the controller and involved in the operation."
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