Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Man broadcasts porn at train station

Raunchy: Scene from "The Forbidden Legend of Sex and Chopsticks"

A worker at a train station in China accidentally broadcast a pornographic film, not realizing his computer was connected to a giant screen.

A report from the Global Times said the worker, identified only by his surname Yuan, was supposed to repair the screen on a building near the main railway station in Jilin, northeast China.

Local residents and passers-by began to watch as well the banned porn film "The Forbidden Legend: Sex and Chopsticks" as he began playing it.

Only after 10 minutes did the company call him, as he immediately unplugged the computer, before throwing the disc out of the window.

The Hong Kong-made film is based on a classic Chinese erotic novel set in the 12th century and centers on a corrupt social climber and womanizer who has six wives and concubines among his 19 sexual partners.

Although the work was identified pornographic, it had been read by many educated Chinese and was translated into English in 1939.







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