Tuesday 22 August 2017

Railway sorry for porn on the line

A family railway attraction has apologised after one of its platforms featured in a pornographic film
A family railway attraction has apologised after one of its platforms featured in a pornographic film

A family attraction has apologised after allowing a hardcore pornographic film to be shot on its premises.

The Epping Ongar Railway in Essex gave American adult film company Brazzers permission to shoot the 28-minute video which has since been viewed more than 235,000 times online.

Ongar railway station is clearly recognisable in the opening sequences.

It features an actress walking along a platform at the site before she and a male performer are seen in one of its historic carriages.

Parents took to social media to describe the decision as "disgusting" and say it was inappropriate for a family business.

Dean Walton, business development manager at the railway, told the Essex Chronicle: "We are sorry that our decision may have caused offence. It is clear that this decision was an error of judgment.

"We can confirm that we have put in place a policy to refuse any further approaches for this kind of production."

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