Youngsters left alone to enjoy a harmless Disney cartoon didn’t get the fairytale ending they were expecting after the film inadvertently cut to scenes from a porn movie.
The shocking error happened while Georgie Brown’s three young children were watching a Lilo and Stitch cartoon at the family home in Fairview, North Carolina.
Ms Brown recorded the film several days earlier on The Disney Channel’s Dish network.
She went to the kitchen leaving her two-year-old son, three-year-old daughter and five-year-old son in the lounge to watch the PG -rated movie.
A minute into the popular science fiction animation, however, she heard inappropriate noises coming from the lounge and when she returned she saw a man and a woman having sex on the screen.
She told Fox News: ‘I just heard things that probably shouldn’t be on Lilo or Stitch. My first thought was the children have changed the channel.’
When she rewound the film and played it back again she saw the cartoon begin to pixilate before an information box appeared which said ‘part of the recorded event had been lost due to signal loss’.
The final scenes from a pornographic movie then popped up on the screen and it played for nearly six minutes before the closing credits rolled.
In a statement network Dish Network said: ‘We have technology in place to help ensure we deliver the content that subscribers want to watch.
‘We are working with various partners and our customers to better understand what occurred.’
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A Pennsylvania woman who offers free lunch every day to low-income children in her neighborhood faces a $600-a-day fine next summer if she continues because she did not clear the food giveaway with township officials.
Angela Prattis donates her time to distribute the meals – supplied by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia – and adheres to strict paperwork, like filling out weekly reports and being visited bi-weekly from a state worker.
Prattis lived in the township for three years. She reportedly distributes the meals to the 60 or so children at a gazebo on her property during the summer months, when children are home from school.
The Delaware County Times reports that another resident alerted the council about the distribution a few weeks ago. The council investigated and ruled that the practice is not permitted without a variance, the paper reported.
“You have houses here, the roofs are falling in, and they could be focused on a lot of more serious issues than me feeding children,” she said.
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Patrick Sloan from England has a brand new son. And a new grandson. And a new great-grandson. And the three babies arrived in the space of just three months.
First, Patrick, 60, became a dad for the fourth time – 28 years after the birth of his third child. His second wife Joanne, 39, had little Ethan on March 14.
Then, in June, Patrick’s grand-daughter Fern, 18, presented him with his first great-grandchild, Mason.
And 12 days after Fern gave birth, it was her mum Odette’s turn to head for the delivery room. She too produced a healthy baby boy, Leonard.
So Ethan is Mason’s great-uncle, Fern has a new uncle as well as a new son, and Odette is celebrating the arrival of a son, a grandson and a half-brother who is 35 years younger than she is.
Ethan also has two big half-brothers, Aaron, 33, and Dean, 32. And he’s uncle to Odette’s sons, Joel, 10, and baby Leonard, Aaron’s 11-month-old daughter Alissa, and Dean’s kids Joshua, nine, and Alivia, eight.
It’s all a bit confusing, but nursing manager Patrick wouldn’t change a thing about it. He went into hospital to have his vasectomy reversed so he could become a father again with Joanne.
He said: “All three boys are fantastic. I’m sure there are people who think my situation is very odd. I agree it’s not that conventional but I wouldn’t swap it for the world. Ethan has given me a new lease of life and is my pride and joy. And to have a new grandson and my first great-grandchild at the same time is the icing on the cake.”
The baby bonanza has also been good for Joanne, Odette and Fern. They’ve been swapping tips and helping each other out with their youngsters.
Odette said: “It was strange knowing I was pregnant at the same time as my daughter and my mother-in-law. But at least I knew I could help Fern and be there for her whenever she needed me.”
Patrick, of Doncaster, Yorkshire, will be retiring around the time Ethan starts school. He admits he worries that people will criticise him for becoming a dad again at his age.
But he said: “Generally, everyone has been really pleased and excited. It was a bit of a shock to the system at first, but Ethan is a little treasure and makes me smile every single day.”
Australian canegrower John Casey has said that when he dies, his three adult children will inherit Charlene, a 3m saltwater crocodile.
“I am 50 and Charlie turns 50 next year so she will outlive me,” Mr Casey said.
“It got me thinking about what to do with her because she is not just some piece of furniture or antique vase.
“You can’t just pop her on the mantelpiece and give her a good dusting every six months or so.”
Charlene, or Charlie for short, has been a part of the Casey family since John was just a toddler.
She lives in an enclosure at their O’Connell River property near Mackay but keeping Charlie in the family has not always been an easy task.
Mr Casey has wrangled with environmental authorities to keep his “younger sister” ever since she was left to him by his father, Alf. “I was only young when dad brought her home. Her mother had been shot by a hunter,” Mr Casey said.
Charlie became well-known around north Queensland, often accompanying the family on holiday or for day trips to Proserpine.
But the family came close to losing Charlie for good in 1986 when she “accidentally” bit off Alf’s hand after he returned from a fishing trip.
The saltie was eventually returned to the family but the battle to keep her continues, with the Caseys’ permit to be reviewed again in October.
Mr Casey said the ongoing permit saga and his advancing age meant he had to think about the croc’s future.
Charlie the croc is just one of the many bizarre bequests that will and estate agents have lodged for clients.
A mother was arrested in front of her young children and had to spend the night in jail because she had not returned a Twilight book and DVD.
Lori Teel was arrested and handcuffed at her Portales, New Mexico home in front of her five small children on June 12.
She had borrowed $36 worth of library materials not returned since 2010.
Police had arrived at Mrs Teel’s home after receiving a call that her husband, Jimmy Teel, had assaulted someone, according to the Albuquerque Journal.
It was while they were at the couple’s house that Portales police realised there was a warrant out for Mrs Teel’s arrest for the missing young adult fiction and movie.
Her attorney, Eric Dixon, says arrest warrants were mailed last year to an address at which Mrs Teel hadn’t lived since childhood.
However, the mother of five was arrested all the same in front of her children, aged one through ten, and spent the night in the Roosevelt County Detention Centre.
She said: ‘My kids are still very emotional. They had to stay with a complete stranger.’ She was released the next day on a $610 bond.
The Twilight Saga: New Moon DVD and Stephanie Meyer’s novel Twilight both had a due date of October 5, 2010, but Mrs Teel said she couldn’t remember checking them out.
However, library records show that both items were checked out in her name.
A judge had placed a warrant for her arrest after she failed to show up in court, but records show that the court summons were sent to her childhood address.
Now the mother is suing the city.
Mr Dixon wrote in the tort claim: ‘Ms Teel and her small children have been traumatised, humiliated, embarrassed, subject to ridicule, and otherwise suffered pain and suffering and other damages as a result of this wrongful arrest.’
The Albuquerque Journal reported that charges against Mrs Teel were dropped earlier this week.
A cat has been employed to do a dog’s job after taking up a security post at a toy warehouse in Southampton.
Millie the Bengal cat, thought to be the world’s first ever feline security guard, has been hired to guard some of the UK’s best-selling toy ranges.
Bandai’s warehouse was on the lookout for a new security guard when workers spotted the attentive moggy roaming around the factory floor.
Millie’s excellent climbing abilities and loud purr made her the prime candidate for the role, with deliveries expected to come in thick and fast over the coming weeks.
‘We are expecting a bumper year this Christmas with orders starting to fly in from retailers putting in their requests, including new boys action toy releases for Ben 10 and Power Rangers,’ a spokesman said. ‘With the appointment of Millie the security cat, our toys are now very well protected.’
Millie’s owner added: ‘Millie has always had a very vigilant personality and doesn’t mind long hours alone. I’m not surprised she took up a career as a security guard – the toys are lucky to have such an attentive guardian.’
Millie appears to be at home in her new role, with Bengal cats possessing similar sentry qualities to canines.
Having put paw to paper on a contract, Millie will be paid in cat food and fish at the factory.
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