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Doris Day' p**** shock

By SUN ONLINE REPORTER

A DEVOUT Baptist couple spoke today of their disgust after they claimed they bought a classic musical DVD featuring Doris Day from their local supermarket, only to discover it was an Italian p*** film.

Alan and Anne Leigh-Browne, from Wellington, Somerset, had been expecting to enjoy watching the Pajama Game, a romantic comedy featuring the 1950's icon.

Instead the shocked pensioners said they were confronted by raunchy sex film - Tettone che Passione, which roughly translates as Breasts of Passion.

Retired doctor Alan, 67, said he picked up the film, which was sealed in plastic wrapping, for £2.99 from the bargain bin of a Safeway supermarket in nearby Taunton last Monday.

On Thursday the couple, who are regular attenders of their local Baptist church, settled down with a cup of tea to watch the 1957 film which has a U (universal) certificate.

Mr Leigh-Browne explained: "We are big fans of Doris Day and were looking forward to the film, but we knew something was amiss when a warning flashed up on the screen advising under 18s not to carry on watching.

"Then some topless young women appeared and started talking in Italian - we were horrified, it's not what you expect from a Doris Day film.

"It was a pretty raunchy, explicit film, it certainly pulled no punches. My wife and I were very shocked but we watched it until the end because we couldn't believe what we were seeing.

"The film became progressively more graphic, there was no plot to it, it was just sex."

Alan and his wife Anne, 60, a retired teacher, said they complained to Safeway the following day.

A spokeswoman for Morrisons, who now run Safeway, said they would be willing to investigate the incident.

She said: "Regrettably the customers involved would neither leave their

contact details nor return the DVD to their nearest store or head office after being urged to do so on several occasions.

"We are anxious to undertake a thorough investigation into this isolated

incident, however until we receive the product and proof of purchase this cannot take place."

But the Leigh-Brownes, who are still to pick up a copy of the original Pajama Game, are anxious that the p*** film could have fallen into the wrong hands.

Mr Leigh Browne added: "Our biggest concern with the whole episode was that small children could easily have bought the film and been exposed to its content. It was in the bargain bin alongside other children's films.

"There must be some way of ensuring that this cannot happen."

thesun.com.uk

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