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Fail of the Day: Parents Fuming After Audio of Adult Film Plays Over Intercom at Target
Via: Fox 9
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Something kinky is happening at a Target store in California.

Video of an X-rated recording playing over the store's intercom was posted on social media yesterday, showing customers and employees freaking out while trying to figure out what was happening.

"Ohh, yeahhhh," the recording blasted throughout the store while customers rushed to cover children's ears.

Gina Young, the mother of two young twins, was shopping at Target when she captured the video.

"People offered to help me cover my twins' ears," she told FOX 9. "Others threw their stuff down and walked out. Employees were running around everywhere."

The recordings reportedly continued on-and-off for about 15 minutes. And Target has said they are investigating.

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Via: Mike Webb
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Virginia congressional candidate Mike Webb's Facebook page has been swarmed with trolls ever since he shared a screen grab with open tabs to pages “LAYLA RIVERA TIGHT BOOTY” and “IVONE SEXY AMATEUR.”  


Once the story went viral, people are coming from all over the internet to join one of the most active comment sections on Facebook. 

Good luck with your campaign, Mike Webb. In the meantime, we'll just continue to peep your comment section. 

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Via: mirror.co
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Chris Barnes, 32, was just getting ready to dive into his chicken nuggets when he looked up from his glorious meal to see naked women onscreen very clearly..gyrating. Apparently someone pulled off the screen heist by using an app via their smartphone.


 
A McDonald's spokeswoman said: “This is not content we would deem appropriate and regret it was visible for a short space of time. Having reviewed CCTV we strongly believe that this station was chosen by individuals outside the restaurant, made possible by certain smart phone apps which act as TV controls. Televisions are in place to enhance the customer experience in our restaurants, allowing them to access news, weather and travel information. It is unfortunate that some members of the public choose to ruin this for the majority.”

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