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Angry Mum Sends Note To Neighbours After 'Porn' Played Through Toddler's Night Light

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Angry Mum Sends Note To Neighbours After 'Porn' Played Through Toddler's Night Light

A mum in Scotland was left horrified after she put her daughter to bed and heard 'loud moaning' playing through her nightlight while she was asleep.

Putting two and two together, Dawn Lothian realised the 'loud moans' she could hear could be coming from one of her neighbours playing porn which had accidentally come through to the bedtime aide.

The noise was coming through this. Credit: Dawn Lothian
The noise was coming through this. Credit: Dawn Lothian

The 29-year-old mum from Edinburgh, Scotland, suspected the x-rated sounds had ended up connecting all thanks to the power of Bluetooth.

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Speaking to the Daily Record, Dawn said: "I was sitting in the living room and I heard a loud noise. I muted the TV and went through to where my daughter was sleeping and right enough I heard the noises of it and I couldn't believe it.

"I shouted my partner through to have a listen as I was in shock. Luckily my baby is far too young to understand what was going on.

"It was the first time it happened and was loud moaning. It's a starlight projector that you can connect music to via bluetooth."

The note Dawn wrote. Credit: Dawn Lothian
The note Dawn wrote. Credit: Dawn Lothian
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Dawn then wrote a note to her neighbours and left it in the stairwell. It read: "Whoever was watching porn last night @ 11.30pm has connected their device to our babies nightlight, can you please disconnect ASAP, thanks."

She hasn't worked out who the horny culprit was but thinks the note did the trick given the fact that it hasn't happened since. Phew.

She added: "I haven't tracked down the neighbour but I think they got the point as it got disconnected."

Other places you don't expect to be greeted by porn is John Lewis. Which is why last year, shoppers got a shock when a £2,000 smart fridge in John Lewis was displaying the Pornhub logo.

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Alex Michie, from London, was Christmas shopping in Oxford with his parents when he spotted a group of teenagers laughing in John Lewis.

Credit: Jam Press
Credit: Jam Press

Upon closer inspection, he noticed a Samsung fridge with a large touch screen (snazzy) which enables users to use the internet while in the kitchen.

But instead of recipe websites, the fridge displayed the logo of the adult film site, left open for all to see.

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He explained: "I saw a bunch of teenagers laughing their heads off when they saw it, which drew my attention to the fridge.

"I'm not really into that sort of thing but I can see why some people might like the idea of having something to watch while they're waiting for the kettle to boil."

A John Lewis spokesperson told LADbible: "While we cannot be certain how this happened, the image features a logo only - and our in-store systems prevent explicit and restricted websites from being accessed."

Featured Image Credit: Dawn Lothian

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