Old men caught watching porn in Lagos (Video)

Old men caught watching porn in Lagos (Video)

 

According to research, porn or adult movie industry rakes in millions of dollar annually. This is courtesy of people’s addiction to the content produced.

 

Once the mind connects with porn, it becomes tedious to disengage and focus on other activities. People watch sex-oriented movies for diverse reasons. A survey would need to be carried out to determine what viewers tend to gain from porn consumption.

 

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On Monday, October 7, two senior citizens of the country could not hide their thirst. As stated earlier, it is almost impossible to quit what mesmerizes your spirit, soul and body.

 

A Twitter user identified as @kishinsight has shared the video of two old men who were spotted watching porn while in a bus heading to Ajah from CMS in Lagos.

 

In the video, the men were seen in the front seat of the commercial vehicle with their eyes fixed to the screen of their phones as they enjoyed the pornography.

 

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His words:

 

“So, These men in their (obviously) 50s watch porn in public bus going to Ajah from Cms. They are actually sitting in the front seat and enjoy themselves from Cms to Ajah under the bridge (last bus stop). This happened last night

 

Watch the video below:

 

What is porn?

 

Pornographic movies are created to present sexually explicit subject matter in order to arouse and satisfy the viewer.

 

Pornographic films present sexual fantasies and usually include erotically stimulating material such as nudity and sexual intercourse.

 

A distinction is sometimes made between “erotic” films and “pornographic” films on the basis that the latter contain more explicit sexuality. It focuses more on arousal than storytelling, but the distinction is highly subjective.

 

In modern time, pornographic films can be sold or rented on DVD, shown through Internet streaming and special channels and pay-per-view on cable and satellite, and in rapidly disappearing adult theatres.

 

They are generally not permitted to be shown in mainstream cinemas or on free-to-air television.

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