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Mother accidentally sends sex show photo to under-7s football group - NZ Herald
A mother on holiday was "mortified" after she accidentally sent a photo of a live sex show to a WhatsApp group for an under-7s football team. The mother, from the UK, was on holiday in Benidorm with a group of friends when she decided to share the photo of the sex show she was at with a group of friends on WhatsApp. Samantha, 37, accidentally posted the photo in the under-7s football team WhatsApp group. She sent the image at 1. Samantha was horrified to find out he was right. I have deleted the pictures but you will probably need to do it as well," she responded in the group.
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