ASDA PORN; 13-year-old's DVD player shows Paris' steamy film.
Byline: MAGGIE BARRY
SUPERMARKET giant Asda came under fire last night after a school girl found a home-made sex film inside her new DVD player A stand-alone device that plays DVDs. It contains a DVD drive and the electronics to decode the digital video. The device may play only manufactured DVDs, or it may be able to play DVD-R, DVD-RW and DVD+RW discs. DVD players are cabled to a TV or home theater system for display. .
The 13-year-old got the pounds 29.99 DVD DVD: see digital versatile disc.
in full digital video disc or digital versatile disc
Type of optical disc. The DVD represents the second generation of compact-disc (CD) technology. as a gift from a pal for her birthday.
But after unwrapping the machine the teenagers were stunned to turn it on and find a homemade porno flick starring Paris Hilton Editing of this page by unregistered or newly registered users is currently disabled due to vandalism. already in the machine.
Friend Heather Green, 18, who bought the DVD player from Asda's store in Chesser, Edinburgh, said she was "disgusted" when she set up the player and was confronted by the graphic scenes.
Anti-porn campaigners said they were concerned the DVD had been planted maliciously.
Asda is now investigating how the disc was left inside.
The DVD was of the now infamous recording of society girl Paris and her ex-lover Rick Salomon.
The movie, called One Night in Paris, was released on video and DVD last year after being made available on the internet and shows graphic sex scenes. Ms Green, a sales assistant from Ferry Road, Edinburgh, bought the DVD as a gift to her friend's younger sister.
The machine was one of just four left on the shelves in Asda and the seal on the box had been broken.
She said: "I thought it was a good deal and when I gave it to my friend's little sister, who is just 13, I said I'd set it up.
"I plugged it in and straight away it started loading a disc.
"It came up with the title One Night in Paris.
"Some scenes were shown and we turned it straight off. The little girl was shocked and I was absolutely disgusted."
Catherine Harper, of Scottish Women Against Pornography Women Against Pornography (WAP) was a radical feminist activist group based out of New York City and an influential force in the anti-pornography movement of the late 1970s and 1980s. , said: "How distressing this must have been for the girl. But I don't know if you can put all the blame on Asda."
A spokesman for Asda said: "We are sorry this happened and I assure you we will get back to the customer as soon as our investigation is complete."
SHOCK: Heather with the pornographic Paris DVD and player; SEX ACTS: Paris