So, someone said there was porn on CNN last night where “Parts Unknown” was supposed to be

Twitter/@concertina226

Talk about a screw-up.

A woman from the Boston area claims that a half-hour of pornography was broadcasted on CNN where Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” was supposed to be — the jokes write themselves.

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According to The Next Web, the mistake “only affected people in Boston, as CNN’s broadcasting there is provided by RCN, a local television provider.”

Twitter user @solikearose was the first — and really only — person to screenshot and make noise about the mistake, leading us to be skeptical about this.

But then again, who watches CNN at 11 p.m. on Thanksgiving? Maybe it’s just @solikearose.

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Here’s what she tweeted about the supposed porn invasion.

https://twitter.com/solikearose/status/801994668988833792

https://twitter.com/solikearose/status/801996480353599488

https://twitter.com/solikearose/status/802002883910701056

https://twitter.com/solikearose/status/802004374629269505

https://twitter.com/solikearose/status/802006777390833664

https://twitter.com/solikearose/status/802013846894510080

What gives us further pause here is that RCN tweeted to @solikearose that no else had reported the issue.

But again, maybe no one else was watching CNN in the Boston area last night.¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Here’s another tweet from @solikearose.

https://twitter.com/solikearose/status/802177141916004352

A quick look at the RCN/CNN programming in the Boston area last night at 10:00 p.m. on Thursday confirms that “Parts Unknown” was supposed to air, including the episode pictured in the description of one of @solikearose’s NSFW screenshots.

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What do you think?

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