Lesbian adult film accidentally starts playing at Covid vaccination centre

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A toe-curling video shows how a lesbian porn film began to play on a screen inside a Covid-19 vaccination centre.

The x-rated film popped up unexpectedly on TV that was previously playing public service broadcasts at the facility in Costa Rica.

People were waiting inside the pop-up medical tent for their turn to be jabbed when the television screen suddenly switched screens in San Jose City on Monday (June 7).

Shocked residents were baffled by the saucy girl-on-girl footage that started to flash on the screen while confused health workers struggled to turn off the appliance, which appeared to be connected to someone's computer.

In the x-rated film, two women in lingerie are getting frisky on a bed and one appears to be about to kiss the other's breast.

The officers were eventually able to close the screen by yanking out the plug and apologised to the people inside for the "inconvenience".

Witness Anthony Barboza, who was queueing inside the tent, said: "At first they were only playing public service announcements but it suddenly changed.

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"No harm was done but the officers appeared confused and embarrassed at the same time.

"Some of the people with me inside the tent were laughing."

It is not clear if the embarrassing moment was an accident or a prank, and an investigation on who played the video is underway.

Costa Rica has recorded 334,000 cases of Covid-19 so far with 4,251 deaths and 20% of the population have received their first dose.

It comes after a former porn star said she was quitting the adult film industry to try her luck as professional gamer.

Fernandinha Fernandez has turned to the live-streaming site Twitch to get new fans and said she has been successful by showing clips of herself playing video games in the bathtub.

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