CNN Accidentally Aired 30 Minutes of Hardcore Porn Last Night

CNN Accidentally Aired 30 Minutes of Hardcore Porn Last Night
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Horned-up teens who were forced to spend Thanksgiving watching CNN with their family were treated to some particularly racy images, as a CNN affiliate in Boston accidentally aired 30 minutes of hardcore pornography.

According to The Next Web, multiple Twitter users reported that Boston television provider RCN accidentally replaced an episode of Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown with some very well-known parts when they aired 30 minutes of hardcore pornography.

While RCN's official Twitter page has not yet addressed the mix-up, news of their titillating broadcast has been spreading around the web. It appears that the pornographic broadcast only took place in Boston.

Jeff Carlson, senior vice-president and general manager of RCN Boston, told Variety that the company is looking into the incident, but they "see no evidence our CNN network feed was compromised last evening in Boston."

CNN is also putting the blame on RCN for the supposed mixup, stating: "The RCN cable operator in Boston aired inappropriate content for 30 minutes on CNN last night. CNN has asked for an explanation."

This news follows a recent report that a California man attempting to rent a Central Intelligence DVD was instead treated to some senior-themed pornography.