Pornographic videos appeared on advertising screens at Santos Dumont airport in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) this Friday.

News of the hack quickly spread on social media, with photos taken by travelers showing images of explicit sex on screens.

"Looks like a lot of people missed their flight today," one netizen joked.

"Welcome to Santos Dumont airport porn," tweeted another.

A complaint lodged

The public company Infraero, which manages the airport, explained that the piracy concerned advertising screens, and not screens broadcasting flight information, which are the responsibility of another company.

"Infraero has taken the appropriate measures and filed a complaint with the federal police," the company said in a statement.

“The screens in question will remain off until the company responsible can guarantee their safety,” she said.

While most internet users found the incident funny, others were shocked.

“How disrespectful!

Imagine people traveling with children?

“, cursed one of them.

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