Walmart: Santa Brings A MP3 Player Full Of Porn To A 10-Year-Old Girl

Daryl Hill of Cookeville, TN purchased an MP3 player from Walmart for his 10-year-old daughter. He handed the player over to his daughter thinking it was new, when in fact the previous owner had filled the player with pornography.

From WSMV:

There were video clips of XXX rated sex scenes, and the pornography was so graphic that Channel 4 could not broadcast it.

“I wish I could take the thoughts and images out of her head,” said Hill.

The Hills had bought three MP3 players for their children that came from a Wal-Mart store in Sparta, Tenn. It turns out one of the MP3 players had been returned to the store from a previous owner who loaded sex clips, graphic war scenes and lyrics about using drugs.

The Hills want to know why Wal-Mart would sell used merchandise as new in the first place, which is in violation of its own policies.

“If they want to be a major retailer, they need to act like it,” said Hill.

Snap! You tell ’em, Mr. Hill.

Walmart offered to replace the MP3 player, and confirmed that used merchandise is not supposed to be placed back on the floor. The family declined Walmart’s offer because, “They’ve already bought their daughter a new one and are hanging onto the controversial one until they talk to a lawyer.”

Good luck with that one. The great inappropriateness lawsuit of 2008. Is William Jennings Bryan still alive?

Check technology items before you hand them over to your kids, people!

Child’s ‘New’ Player Loaded With Porn [WSMV](Thanks, Michael!)