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Massive porn files, featuring teen and farmyard hardcore porn, have been found on the White House computer system.

A consultant came across the real-time video files after being hired to tighten up Web security as part of the US government's Y2K upgrades. The hardcore porn files were so big in byte size that they accounted for most of the traffic coming into the White House computer system's Internet firewall, according to WorldNetDaily.com.

"There were things that said 'teen," one White House computer expert, who was not named, told the news service. "There was gay and bestiality stuff too."

When probed on this, he explained: "Donkeys, goats, dogs...It's embarrassing."

Too right it's embarrassing - especially as some of the downloaded files were traced back to West Wing officials as recently as the start of the year, when the press were still braying for blood over the Lewinsky debacle.

A team of investigators were appointed to unearth which White House staff were logging onto porn at work. They discovered "significant names" to be among the guilty, and it wasn't just men doing the porn surfing. One senior computer-systems manager was apparently reprimanded but allowed to stay at the White House after being treated for "addiction" to porn. The porn abuser was not named as sources said they would be likely to top themselves if the details leaked out. ®

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