Remember this post about some Spanish people who were planning on sending plastic poo to Sony Europe? No, neither do we. It was filler at best. Anyway, they actually went through with it and posted a box full of fake poo to Sony Europe.

Here’s the proof:

And, seeing as no one believes anything any more unless it’s supplied in video format, here is the proof in video format:

Not entirely sure what’s happening, thanks to the Language barrier and the insanity barrier.

This is a translation of the letter they sent to Sony alongside the box of poo, seeing as it’s all in Spanish on the web site:

Dear Sir or Madam,

It must be quite hard to open a box and find 45 plastic poos and their corresponding complaints about your company on the inside.

And so is putting up with the way you have been treating European customers: constant delays, overpriced and underfeatured consoles, and so on.

Nothing you are not aware of, we believe.

We at (the videogame website with a highest ratio of atomic lizards per pixel) decided to take one step forward and speak up for your disillusioned customers. We came up with a campaign asking our readers to endorse a plastic poo and have it sent to your office, which you can read here.

The campaign was a success. It looks like people were expecting a chance to get back at you, and you are holding the (soft) evidence in your hands.

We are well aware of the fact that both Sony Spain and SCEE have their hands tied in this matter and the legitimate addressees of this letter are those Japanese businesspeople with small hands and twisted hearts over at SCEI. Thus, we encourage you to forward this parcel to your superiors in the land of the rising sun. We did not translate the complaints into Japanese, but alas, they do not seem to be very concerned about localising their games into our languages either. Even so, we believe they will not have much trouble in understanding the basic idea: one could say a box full of plastic poos speaks for itself.

We hope you do not take this wrong. Having unhappy customers is still much better than having no customers at all. We just feel like broken-hearted, resentful lovers. Most of us have purchased all your consoles and we felt rather let down when the PS3 was finally launched in Europe- perhaps because we had such high expectations about it. To us, booting up your system for the first time was like finding out that the girl of your dreams wears a wig, lacks three front teeth and is actually not a girl, but a male Nintendo fan.

Receive a cordial greeting from us and our readers.

Yours faithfully,