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‘Lesbian porn’ video mysteriously appears on highway billboard

Lily Wakefield October 1, 2019
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Police said the lesbian porn was playing on the highway billboard for 15 to 20 minutes. (WXYZ Detroit)

A lesbian porn video appeared on a highway billboard in Michigan on Saturday night (September 28), confusing and distracting drivers.

One man was driving home along the M-59 highway when he saw the footage of two women having sex being played, and he told WXYZ Detroit: “You don’t see that everyday.”

He also said: “I could kind of see people starting to brake a lot behind me, because I think they were doing the same thing, like a double take.

“I assumed someone had hacked it right away.”

The Auburn Hills police department said they were working with Triple Investment Group, which owns the billboard, to figure who played the lesbian porn.

The department said in a statement: “We believe that the video may have been playing for at least 15 to 20 minutes before it was turned off.”

Reddit users identified the adult performers as Xev Bellringer and Princess Leia.

According to Vice, Bellringer said: “Yes that is me, I never thought this would happen with my content. I’m just happy that no one was injured!”

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The suspects were caught on CCTV. (Auburn Hills Police Department)

CCTV shows two young men suspected of playing the lesbian porn on the billboard

CCTV footage from the building that houses computer equipment to control the billboard caught the suspects on camera, and they appear to be two young, white males.

The Auburn Hills police department said: “It has been determined through our investigation that two suspects entered a small building, which houses a computer that runs the content for the digital billboard, located underneath the sign.

“The suspects forced entry into the building, which is also secured by a 6 foot fence. The suspects were captured on video inside the building, where they were able to access a computer and play the pornographic video on the billboard.”

It added: “Promoting pornography and/or promoting pornography for minors by disseminating any pornographic material, images, videos, etc. is a violation of an Auburn Hills local ordinance with a possible penalty of 90 days in jail and/or a $500 fine.

“These suspects now face potential burglary charges for forcing entry into the building to gain access to the computer system, which is a felony offense.”

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