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Police called to O2 restaurant after mum complains of gay porn on computer screen

February 3, 2015

Police were called to a restaurant at London’s O2 after a mother was left feeling “sick” when her young children viewed an explicit gay sex scene on a restaurant booking screen.

Jade Miller, 27, from New Eltham, was with her three sons at Jimmy’s restaurant at The O2 in Greenwich, when they saw the footage last Monday.

The computer was showing a website called Meatspin, which shows footage of two men having sex while one of them twirls his manhood around.

Mrs Miller told the News Shopper: “Just as we were leaving the boys said to me ‘there’s something bad on the computer mummy’.

“I went over and had a look and there was gay porn on the screen and the kids were standing there laughing their heads off. I don’t think they understood what was going on.

“Long story short, there was gay porn, two men having sex and my children witnessed all of this.

“I’m in such shock, what do you say to a six-year-old and a nine-year-old when they’ve just seen porn?”

Mrs Miller alerted staff to what was on the computer and called the police.

A spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police confirmed they were called to the restaurant on Monday 26 January at 10.30pm after reports of inappropriate material being displayed on a screen in a public area of the restaurant.

They added: “Officers believe, at this stage, that the material shown was the result of a pop-up which had been received via the restaurant’s email booking system.

“Officers spoke with the restaurant’s manager and provided advice around computer security and spam management.”

PinkNews has approached the restaurant for comment.

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