No one enjoys being permanently banned from their favorite games, but bans seldom occur without cause, even if anti-cheat or moderation systems are overzealous. A disgruntled Reddit user by the name of PlumContent went to Activision's Austin office in an attempt to meet with a representative because they had been banned from playing both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Ghosts. Behavior that is entirely out of control. \n \nAccording to a report by PC Gamer, PlumContent thinks that their bans were unjustified; nevertheless, because they could not communicate with a natural person through the phone, they opted to take matters into their own hands. As a result, their appeal against the prohibition was summarily dismissed. They repurchased the game with a new email address and a new Battle.net account, but they still got banned, making it extremely unlikely that the ban was unjustified. \n \nIt's somewhat crazy that in a state like Texas, where concealed carry is legal, this person feels very safe showing up unannounced at people's places of employment to air a grievance. Mainly because someone who Gamergate had radicalized recently attacked Nancy Pelosi's husband. \n \nThe fact that this unusual event occurred on Halloween, a day when security is likely to be on high alert due to the possibility of people carrying fake weapons and employees coming to work in disguise, adds to the mystery. \n \nSurprisingly, they were not shot on sight, and they were not told to get the hell out of there. A security guard informed them in the parking lot that they would not be able to communicate with anyone, but they continued inside to deliver their message nevertheless. \n \nSince that is what they claimed to have done, it is possible that they entered the building for the sole purpose of giggling about the strange person in the parking lot before leaving again.