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2012-09-20 09:29
 
Los Angeles - After recording the classic movie Lilo and Stitch from the Disney Channel in the US, Georgie Brown found a six-minute pornographic scene amongst the footage which was aired along with the movie, reports FOX Carolina.

Brown told FOX that she had recorded the movie several days earlier. She had put her kids down and went on with housework, when she "heard things that probably shouldn't be on Lilo or Stitch".

"My first thought was that the children must have changed the channel," Brown told FOX.

Children were mortified

As she entered the living room, she discovered that nobody had changed the channel and realised to her shock and dismay what had actually happened.

Brown recalls that during the film an alert box popped up saying that "part of the recorded event has been lost due to signal loss", and soon the picture faded into a pornographic scene.

The scene continued on for a six minutes before the original Lilo and Stitch movie reappeared.

Brown's son, 1, was clueless as to what was happening, her 3-year-old daughter started crying and her 5-year-old "grabbed his ears and ran out the room screaming, "I didn't do it!" she told FOX.

A contractor for Dish Network which airs the Disney Channel told FOX that he had never experienced something like this in his 15 years of working there. John Hall, senior manager of corporate communications told NY Daily News that the incident will be taken "very seriously".

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