Parents’ Outrage At ‘Beastiality Scene’ In Noddy

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A dad who was watching children’s classic TV prgramme Noddy with his son was left ‘disturbed’ at a scene involving another character and a sheep.

The man, who conveniently didn’t want to be named said he’d been watching the show on kids’ programme Milkshake.

But when one scene in particular flashed up on the screen, he was left questioning Noddy.

The man told Mirror Online:

It was on Channel 5 at around 7am this morning – on the kids’ programme, Milkshake.

It went on for around five seconds. Five seconds of that bloke doing something outrageous to the poor sheep.

You have to question Noddy’s role in all of this.

Then, as he eloquently put it:

I didn’t expect to see what looked like some fella banging a sheep when I was trying to get my two-year-old to eat his cornflakes.

Oh come on!

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Hmm…

This isn’t the first time overly protective parents have had all their feathers in a ruffle over children’s TV.

A scene from Fireman Sam showed a ‘sexually suggestive’ scene involving two male characters, people said.

Some of those watching the Channel 5 kids show pointed out the unintentionally hilarious scene where it appeared like Elvis Cringlinton was in a compromising position with Station Master Steel.

Sam Allen, who was watching the episode with her son responded to Tranter’s tweet, saying:

I watched this episode with my son who was laughing his head off at him being stuck in a chair meanwhile I was laughing at what it looked like

Turns out kids cartoon characters have been getting up to hanky panky for a while now as proven by one man on Twitter who spotted this precarious looking scene from Postman Pat.

And it’s not just TV…

Who here remembers those classic Biff, Chip and Kipper books from primary school? One ‘grown up’ pointed out something quite strange in the background of one tale.

Ed Brody noticed what he described as ‘dubious scenes’ in one of the books before pointing it out on Twitter.

The illustrations in the book show character, Wilma, playing by a river – but it’s a little something taking place in the bushes behind that has people talking.

Three men, previously visible and talking quite innocently on one page seemingly disappear behind a bush.

*Turns page*

A elderly lady arrives, looks into the bush and her hat and glasses fall off with a shocked expression on her face. What is that about?

Well, plenty of people took to Twitter to comment on the situation with one describing it as a ‘cheeky bit of cottaging’.

There are some funny examples of naughtiness in books on Twitter, here’s a look:

Get your minds out of the gutter!