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Tuesday, 6 July 2010

"Big budget" porn movie was shot in a London hospital

Howdy all out there in Bondageland.
This article caught my eye on the web, so I had to share it.
The MP said that she hadn't seen see the film, because she was not allowed to claim for such like on her expenses anymore, but it generated quite a lot of money for the hospitals trust.
Here is the link and the gist of it.
I certainly had a little chuckle over it.
Laughter is the best form of medicine, and that's just as well, because we wont have any hospitals to treat anyone soon, because you will not be able to get into the place with all the porn stars f@#~ing in them :-))

Enjoy.
Emma x

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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/21/20100705/tuk-porn-film-was-shot-at-hospital-6323e80.html

A "big budget" porn movie was shot in a London hospital that hired out one of its wards to a film company, it has emerged.

The movie also ended up generating "substantial income" for the hospital, an MP revealed.

Speaking in the House of Commons on Monday, Tory MP Penny Mordaunt said: "When I was director of Kensington and Chelsea Council, I discovered that one of our local hospitals was hiring out one of its closed - but fully-equipped wards - to a film company to use as a film set.

"To add insult to injury, the movie was a pornographic one. Although I cannot claim to have seen the final picture - as I understand, these things are no longer claimable on parliamentary expenses - it was a big-budget affair and generated substantial income for the hospital.

"But apart from cheering up a few of the in-patients, it cannot be said to be contributing to the objectives of the primary care trust (PCT)."

Ms Mordaunt, who is MP for Portsmouth North, did not name the hospital during the debate on improving transparency in government accounting.

A statement issued by NHS Kensington & Chelsea said: "We can confirm this incident occurred some time prior to 2002 under a predecessor organisation's management and prior to the formation of PCTs."

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