Anyone who has ever had their computer stolen has wondered what the thieves were doing with it. Well, in the experience of one such couple in Austin, Texas, the culprits were looking at porn.

Nathaniel Lounsbury and his wife, Allison Schmidt, woke up one morning to find that some sneaky thief had popped into their place during the night and jacked their two laptops. Schmidt, thinking quickly, signed into her Log-Me-In account, which enables access to your computer from other systems. Much to her chagrin, she saw that the robber was using her laptop to look at pornography.

After a losing battle to take control of the mouse, Schmidt turned her Log-Me-In access information over to the 5-0, who soon tracked 24-year-old (accused) weasel Dustin Wright at a local branch of the library, where he was promptly arrested.

Schmidt and Lounsbury later got their computers back and were soon enjoying the Internet's finest pornography once again. (Just kidding -- we think.)

As a public service announcement for Asylum readers, we must mention Lojack for Laptops. Although we haven't had our computer stolen since obtaining that remote-tracking program, we've heard it's effective for theft recovery. Just sign up for the $30 download, set it up on your Apple or PC (it runs in secret), then email and print your account info for safekeeping.

You might even get your computer back without thousands of midget-porn videos on it.