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PORTLAND, OR — The struggle is real for die-hard gamers who want nothing more than to just play all the live long day.
According to the Port of Portland, a passenger waiting for a flight at Portland International Airport took over a computer screen that was displaying an airport map to finish playing his video game.
After successfully plugging his Playstation 4 into the screen and playing to his heart’s content, airport staff approached the gamer to ask him to stop using the public map display.
He asked if he could finish his game.
They said no.
The entire situation was resolved peacefully and without any drama, said Kara Simonds, a spokeswoman for the Port of Portland, who spoke with KXL-AM radio.
“Apparently it was a very polite and cordial interaction,” she said, calling it a “good reminder of what not to do at the airport.”
No word on whether or not the passenger made it to the next level.
With file from The Associated Press