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NSFW Veteran smutmonger Penthouse has announced the launch of a 3D TV service described as "the first Pan European 3D formatted adult channel".

Penthouse 3D will be putting out porn as of today between 22:00 GMT and 04:00 GMT from "ASTRA 3B, 23, 5 Degrees East", although there's no word on which providers will be handling the delicate matter of actually delivering the eye-popping smut to punters.

Marc Bell, big swinging dick of Penthouse owner FriendFinder Networks, enthused: "We are very excited about the launch of the Penthouse 3D channel. Our goal is always to deliver the latest technology on the world's best platform."

Jacky Wauters, head of Penthouse distributor NOA Productions, joined the love-in, saying: "Thanks to the increasing consumer acceptance of 3D, I am delighted to work with Penthouse to be able to satisfy the needs of the consumers and broadcasters alike who demand high quality, cutting edge entertainment backed by a solid and well established brand like Penthouse."

Penthouse originally announced it'd be launching 3D porn in the US in the second quarter of this year, but has obviously decided to come early over European viewers.

Here's its strictly NSFW teaser for 3D rumpy-pumpy, released at the end of January. Note the really impressive pumpkins around 30 seconds in:

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