One of the down sides of doing things you’re not supposed to is running the risk of getting caught. Of course, there are worse things than that…
For instance, if you’re the one who tells everyone else what it is you’ve been up to by inadvertantly posting evidence on a public forum.
One Star Trek Online player going by the name of SkybuckFlying did just that when he posted a directory of in-game screencaps to the official STO forums. While there was nothing wrong with the images he was intending to show, users found another folder in the directory containing pictures of female in-game characters in various states of undress along with a text file advertising the mod used to strip the characters.
The going price for the mod is one million in-game energy credits.
One user confronted SkybuckFlying with the following post:
Why don’t you tell us why you have a folder full of pics of various players you took using a nude mod, probably without their knowledge?
Incidentially I took a screenshot of the directory and also mirrored the entire thing, so don’t bother trying to remove or hide it. Also, that ad for the ingame nude patch is reeeeally classy.
After a few comments regarding the inappropriateness of the images and the fact that the mod is agains STO‘s Terms of Service, the images have been removed.