Nude photo called "child porn"

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Paramjit Singh, a Fremont, California man trying to cross the border to join his wife and children who live in Canada, has been detained, denied entry into the country, and cited for " attempting to smuggle child pornography" across the border on his cell phone.  The photo in question? A picture of "his own unclothed baby son, snapped a couple of years ago."

Upon investingating further Canadian authorities also found a naked photo of his baby, then three- months-old, "unclothed in his father's arms," and "another taken a couple of years later showing the boy naked after a shower."

Hear that? That's the sound of me smacking my head.

The man's wife, trying to interject some humor into the situation said, they had the photos so that she and her husband could "tease him at his wedding one day."

I'm glad she has a sense of humor all this. I would be pissed.

Read the full story here. Photo credit: Richard Lautens/Toronto Star.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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