Porn: It's what's for breakfast

Kim LaCapria

Heh. Heh, heh heh. Porn Flakes!

A Swedish woman is complaining to Nestle (and the press) about an unexpected bonus in her box of "Nestle Fitness" cereal. In lieu of the anticipated free "body jam" workout DVD, Ida Riedel Palmer instead got some links to what she termed "unpleasant porn." (Body jam? That wasn't a tip off?)

Palmer initially thought she'd been exposed to a virus independent of the DVD, and she rang her boyfriend to ask if he'd used her computer. Then she tested the DVD in two other computers, with the same results. Eventually, Palmer reports, the advertised fitness content did show up, just prefaced by porn.

Palmer called Nestle to tip them off to the unadvertised extra, and they've promised to "get to the bottom of" the breakfast porn. And Ida doesn't hold it against the cereal manufacturers. She says:

"No I haven't changed cereal. But I have bought another packet."

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