'Grand Theft Auto' Yanked for Steamy Content

A best selling video game has been given an adult only rating by the industry, after the video game maker admitted that it contained hidden sex scenes. After first denying it, the makers of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas owned up to the secret sex scenes, which can be unlocked with easily available software. With 12 million sold, Wal-Mart and other retailers who don't carry adults-only titles are now busy yanking the game off shelves.

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