Commuters in shock as porn clip plays for 3 minutes on screens at railway station
| Last updated
The morning commute is never fun - the best you can do is avoid eye contact, bury your head in a book and pray for no delays.
Unfortunately this wasn't possible for a number of commuters in Bihar, India, who were left in shock after porn played for three minutes on screens as they waiting at a train station.
That's one way to wake up in the morning.
Footage of the unfortunate incident has been circulating on Twitter - heavily pixelated, of course.
According to India Today, the TV screens at Patna Junction railway station were supposed to be airing the usual advertisements.
But due to an embarrassing technical fault, an adult film started playing at around 9.30am - and it kept going for three whole minutes.
While some passengers were left in stitches, others were outraged and filed a complaint with the Government Railway Police (GRP) and Railway Protection Force (RPF).
Eventually they were able to cut the dirty movie from the screen, but it's not turned out too well for Dutta Communication, the firm responsible for running ads at the station.
The outlet suggested that it's been slapped with a first information report, a document prepared by police relating to criminal offence.
Dutta Communication has now been 'blacklisted' by the train company - although it's unclear whether it was responsible for the mishap.
Now that the clip's gone viral, some people have their own ideas about what went down.
"What do the railway employees do in the station control room?" asked one. "Were they enjoying the X rated movie which accidentally played on the platform screen?"
Another said: "Inadvertently? It seems it was done deliberately. Why such things happen only in Patna Railway Station?"
They went on to highlight the heavy porn restrictions in India, asking: "Where did they get this from?"
One person who appears to be in support of the unexpected sex show is adult star Kendra Lust, who took to Twitter to share an image of herself with the word 'India' and the hashtag #BiharRailwayStation.
Amid the hundreds of replies, many claimed that it was one of her videos that had played out on the screen.
And one person even said they were there, writing: "Mam what a performance. I knew nothing about you till yesterday.
"But then I was at Patna junction, saw your video on the screen, and my friend told me about you. Now we are watching your movies day and night."
A second chimed in: "I'm huge fan of yours... and now whole of India knows your name."