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Wal-Mart Employee Demos TV With Porn

It's happened to all of us. We've walked into the television section of an electronics store and we see the same movie playing on all the displays and wishing that something better was on instead.

While we do realize the purpose of having the same image replicated over and over again so that customers can have the illusion of a fair comparison, we know better as the displays aren't all getting the same clean signal and are usually not calibrated to the same standard.

Two 20-year olds – one of which was an employee – looking to spice things up at their local Wal-Mart, however, ended up arrested on a felony obscenity complaint after using a pornographic DVD as demo material.

“The pornographic DVD was visible to the general public as they were shopping,” according to a police report. The SW Times reports that a customer notified a manager before the DVD was removed.

  • bogcotton
    That guy has serious balls!
    Or no brain, take your pick.
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  • yang
    these boys are heroes
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  • charlesxuma
    HIGH DEFINITION HAIRY BALLS !!!! .... loool .... compare different layers of visible sweat !
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  • Superwack
    Sweet!
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  • welshmousepk
    becuase sex is evil and wrong, and anyone who witnessed will die and go to hell.

    thank god these men were arrested before someone over-reacted.

    /fail
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  • ukcal
    I think what surprises me most in this article is the fact he has bought a porn DVD :p
    Someone pays for it? :O
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  • astrodudepsu
    This certainly isn't the dumbest thing ever done by a 20 year old. I know a few guys from college that would have done this. Kudos to them.
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  • cybrcatter
    HA!
    But how is this story pertinent to this website?
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  • bustapr
    cybrcatterHA! But how is this story pertinent to this website?Porn is pertinent to this website.
    Almost every week theres an obscene/porn article here.
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  • eskimo_1
    Those men should have been rewarded for their heroism, not arrested.
    Corporations needs to lighen up.
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