GWR WiFi fault promotes accessing pornographic and offensive content on board their trains
A WiFi fault on Great Western Railway seems to promote accessing pornographic and offensive content on board their trains.
The page lists a number of pages you are able to access using their free WiFi, including sending and receiving emails and browsing website content.
But one user was left particularly shocked when the tick and cross functions didn’t work on her browser – which added video streaming, pornographic material and offensive content to the things you are “able to do”.
— Prof Alice Roberts (@theAliceRoberts) November 13, 2017
According to the social media helpdesk some devices don’t display the sign properly, and it should actually look like this.
Hi Alice! Sorry about this, just an issue with some devices not displaying it properly. Should look something like this… -Andy pic.twitter.com/hqex7KuJ4V
— GWR Help (@GWRHelp) November 13, 2017
But the fault certainly kept some people amused, particularly this Twitter user.
It’s not compulsory Alice, it’s only if you want too….
— chris symes (@symesdavidson) November 13, 2017
Great Western Railway recently found themselves in bother after their newest super train experienced several faults on its maiden voyage into London Paddington.
Passengers were also forced to stand, despite claims that capacity on the new trains was increased by 20 per cent.