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Worker Accidentally Plays Porn While Testing Billboard Screen

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Residents in the city of Ningbo, China got quite the show on Wednesday morning when porn was broadcasted on a gigantic billboard outside a public shopping mall in the city.

According to MailOnline, a worker who was testing the screen left a personal computer connected to the device before walking away from it.

Maybe -- just maybe -- the worker should have cleared his or her internet history before leaving because the device remained on autoplay and porn began broadcasting loud and clear for the entire city to see.

I can't even imagine the look on the person's face when it became clear his or her's personal go-to porn videos were being broadcasted outside the mall.

The worker probably looked a little like this:

To make matters even worse (and far more embarrassing), the porn was broadcasted on a busy street accessible to the eight million people who live in Ningbo.

Yup. That's eight million folks who could have possibly been watching porn flowing from the worker's personal computer -- aka a nightmare.

The deed was done yesterday at about 10 am at the Ningbo Tianlun Square shopping mall in the city, and a video of the leaked explicit content has been shared on Chinese social media.

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Of course, the images captured are blurred (because sharing raw, explicit porn on news sites is typically frowned upon). You all can use your imaginations, though.

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The sexual broadcast allegedly lasted for five minutes before being taken off the screen.

Apparently, the worker whose computer was connected to the billboard was investigated by the local police on December 28, and the gender has not been identified.

I know I definitely wouldn't want to be in that guy or gal's shoes right now.

Regardless, people on social media seem to be taking the pornographic broadcast as a joke. I mean, it's as much hilarious as it is inappropriate.

Since the leak, the shopping mall has allegedly issued an apology to the public for broadcasting the highly sexual footage for the city to watch.

Citations: MailOnline