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If you heard Tiger Woods had got involved in a scandal involving naked women, you wouldn't think of video games, right? But this time that's the case. The golfer seems to be making some progress at keeping his, ahem, club in its case, but the game that bears his name seems to have picked up some of his proclivity for the ladies...

What are we talking about? Let us explain. According to The Sun, Jo Eley, of Bury St. Edmunds, spent 'ages' putting together a lifelike avatar of herself in Tiger Woods PGA Tour '11 for the PS3. But when she teed off, her avatar was suddenly dressed only in little white hotpants, and sporting an impressive (and quite realistic) pair of digital boobies. Depending on your work's policy on digital boobies, the Sun's story might be NSFW.

This could be a pack of lies, of course. 'We have extensively investigated and have determined that this situation is not possible through a retail copy of the game,' publisher EA responded. 'The player model is clearly modified as a result of hacking.' It seems unlikely such a programmer's prank could slip through, but it also seems unlikely a 26-year-old mum would be bothered to craft some digi-boobs and hack them into her game just to get in the papers.

One thing's for sure: whoever's responsible, they couldn't have chosen a more appropriate sport star's title to do it to...

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