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We're delighted to report that Playboy is once again pushing back the envelope of soft porn by offering iPod Photo users the chance to acquire some free snaps of naked fillies.

The service - rather appealingly entitled iBod - is a gallery of 25 pics designed to "beautify your dull commute or just to pass the time in class", as the blurb puts it.

Quite why Playboy should be encouraging small children to look at naked women is quite beyond us, but it will at least give adults the chance to indulge in a "veritable ocular orgy" of rampant flesh "now that Playboy.com has dialed up the heat a few notches".

Phwooar! Suffice it to say, we at El Reg feel duty bound to warn readers that excessive abuse of PDA-based porn can lead at best to eye strain, and at worse to total blindness. Consider yourselves duly advised. ®

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