German Kids Get Porn Pens on First Day of School

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Surprise! That's not chocolate, that's porn! Credit: sophiea, Flickr


Some German schoolchildren got an eyeful when they opened their highly anticipated first-day-of-school treats recently, only to find that their chocolate bars had been replaced with pornographic pens.


Kids in the Adolf Reichwein School in Essen traditionally start the first day of classes with a cone filled with sweets, but this year the primary school students were handed a package containing pens. And the pens, handed out by the German Communist Party, could project raunchy images of women, MSNBC reports.

It was only after parents found out that their 6-year-olds were in possession of porn that the mistake was discovered. The German Communist Party said in a press release that the pens had been purchased at a discount store, with the understanding that they lit up when a button was pressed.

"The German Communist Party deeply regrets what has happened and is outraged that this kind of thing, which borders on pornography, can be purchased in normal shops," the press release reads, according to MSNBC.

The party has offered to replace the pens with something more appropriate for young children.

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