06 January, 2004

Slut Queens

Family Buys Movie On Video But Gets Porno Flick Instead



On New Year's Eve, Tomika Barnett's family planned to ring in the new year watching videos she bought at a local pawn shop. But when one of her children put "Independence Day" in their VCR, an "X" rated movie appeared on the screen. The New Albany woman called WAVE 3 News looking for answers. Our Craig Hoffman has more.


Myself, I would've gone down to the pawn shop in question and talked with the manager/owner to get my answers. Funny how I don't automatically think to call a news outlet when something trivial like this happens.



"They turn their head at kissing scenes on it. They're honor roll students. They don't see stuff like that," said Barnett, the mother of three.


This is true. Rarely do honor-roll students see anything even resembling kissing, much less nudity or sex. Of course, the fact that the oldest child is 12 might also play a part in this.

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