Shocking: Pornographic Film Plays for Three Minutes on Platform Screen of Patna Junction

In a shocking incident at Patna Junction, a pornographic film was accidentally played on a TV screen for three minutes on the platform. The incident happened on Sunday morning, creating a ruckus among the passengers waiting for their train.

Eyewitnesses reported that the explicit film began playing around 09:30 AM on all the TV screens mounted on the pillars of the platform. The screen was supposed to display train arrival and departure schedules, but instead, passengers were stunned to see graphic content being played in full view of the public.

As soon as the film started playing, people gathered around the TV screen, trying to figure out what was happening. Many passengers, including women and children, were left shocked and disturbed by the sight, and some even raised their voices in protest.

The railway authorities were alerted about the incident, and they immediately swung into action to turn off the TV screen. However, it took them nearly three minutes to do so, during which time the pornographic content continued to play in front of the public.

Taking cognizance of the incident at Patna Junction, East Central Railway has taken prompt action and 2 FIRs have been registered against the concerned agency. Also, the agency has been terminated and blacklisted.

Speaking to reporters, a senior railway official said that they were investigating the incident and would take strict action against those responsible for it. He added that the railway station had CCTV cameras installed, and they were analyzing the footage to identify the culprits.

Passengers at the station expressed their outrage at the incident, demanding that the railway authorities take strong action to prevent such incidents from happening in the future. Many of them also expressed concern about the impact of such explicit content on young children.

The incident has once again highlighted the need for stricter regulations and monitoring of public displays of content that could be offensive or explicit. The railway authorities have assured the public that they are taking the matter seriously and will ensure that such incidents do not happen again.


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