April 21, 2021 11:54 pm
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: Porn clip played on the screen meant to air advertisements

The smart LED TV system with accessible Wi-Fi port, which was meant to air advertisement, was misused by three men to play porn clip.

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In bizarre turn, a porn clip was played at Rajiv Chowk Delhi Metro station on the screen that was meant to air advertisements. After preliminary investigation, Delhi Metro said that the smart LED TV system with accessible Wi-Fi port which was meant to air advertisement was misused by three men to play porn clip.

As per the CCTV footage, three men aired porn clip through their mobile on the LED TV at Rajiv Chowk station. Delhi Metro said “attempts are being made to identify these men. CCTV footage is under examination to identify the culprits.”

According to reports the incident occurred last Sunday after one of the screens at Rajiv Chowk metro station accidentally aired pornography on April 9 around 5 pm. While many commuters were left embarrassed, several of them took time and even captured the incident on their cameras, which has started appearing on internet recently, said report.

Soon one of the clips were shared on the social media and went viral, triggering an immediate response from the Delhi Metro.

Following this, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation constituted a committee to probe into the incident. From preliminary investigation, is established that the incident is of 9th April at around 5 pm. The screen that broadcast the pornographic clip was meant to air advertisements. This smart LED TV system was under commissioning and its Wi-Fi port was accessible.

“This sort of interference with the system will not be possible in the future once software is programmed and centrally controlled. During the commissioning process itself, the contractor will be advised to ensure password protection,” said DMRC spokesman Anuj Dayal

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