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NSFW We're obliged to shocked reader Darrin Maunders and indeed to all of you who emailed to express your disgust at copping an eyeful of filth down at YouTube over the weekend.

YouTube's Latest TV box, showing naked coupleDespite his distressed state, Darrin was able to keep it together long enough to send us a screen grab of the outrage, which could easily be a still from Spartacus: Blood and Sand, were it not for the fact that the guy looks like he's lining up a penetrating interview with a handheld mic.

Alternatively, he could be holding one of those USB-driven pleasurers which vibrates along to your iPhone playlist. This, of course, would provide a legitimate, if somewhat tenuous, IT angle to this story.

The jury's still out, though. No doubt one of you lot will be able to provide technical clarification. ®

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