There’s still six weeks until the Xbox One officially launches, but Microsoft has been manufacturing the console for a while now. Major Nelson proved that by sharing a couple of images early last month showing pallets of the next-gen machine waiting to ship out to retailers.But if the retail version of the console is being stock piled across the US and Europe, there’s every chance one or two may disappear unnoticed, and that seems to be exactly what has happened.In the video below, a random kid seems to have got his hands on a retail machine and decided to create a makeshift unboxing video, albeit with the Xbox One already unboxed. His explanation as to how he managed to get the machine: “I got it today because of reasons.”The video seems to show a real Xbox One along with controller, Kinect, and all the required cables. So how did Microsoft allow this to happen, or was it planned?There’s every chance this is just a clever marketing campaign by Microsoft. What better way to get people watching a video and thinking about the Xbox One than pretending to leak one to a random kid?If it isn’t an official marketing video you can bet Microsoft is now scrambling to find out how this happened. I also hope for the kid’s sake he doesn’t hook up the console and attempt to connect to the Internet. As soon as he does he may find the console gets remotely bricked and someone arriving shortly afterwards to reclaim the machine.