The Last of Us, the critically acclaimed game from Naughty Dog, has been running into a bit of content trouble lately.

First it was discovered last week by RevsUnlimited that some phone numbers on game art where actually for a phone sex hot-lines. Then that a map of the Boston transit was used without the artist permission. Now Naughty dog is promising to begin removing its goofs.

The game contains lots of Easter Eggs, the Justin Bieber as Drake headline is pretty great, but the apparently accidental insertion of phone sex numbers has Naughty Dog actually patching the game.

Neil Druckman, The Last of Us creative director, explains:

"That was an artist's mistake," he said. "What happened was, they put some phone numbers in the game and then they thought they could just change the area code to 555, then it's invalid because it's what they do in movies. But I guess that doesn't work when you have a 1-800 in front of it."

It's unclear if the Boston transit map will also be removed as the matter is still being discussed between the artist and Naughty dog but this seems to be two problems that could easy have been solved with this new thing we have now, Google.

Michael Fahey posted a recording of the hot-line listed in the game on Soundcloud. NSFW

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[Via Kotaku]