Netflix Adds Incest Snuff Porn Warning To The Crown In Addition To Fictional Disclaimer — The Betoota Advocate

Netflix Adds Incest Snuff Porn Warning To The Crown In Addition To Fictional Disclaimer — The Betoota Advocate

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Streaming juggernaut Netflix has been forced to add a “trigger warning” to the next season of The Crown, which is due to debut worldwide in a few weeks, due to some of the graphic content in the global sensation.

The Advocate can confirm that an incest warning will be screened before each episode, in addition to a snuff warning.

It comes after the show was compelled to add a “this is a fictitious account of real events” disclaimer after criticism from the royal family and their fans.

This type of gonzo drama has got The Advocate’s television critic, John Carmichael, neighing like a horny racehorse that’s caught a whiff of the copra meal dinner he’s about to have.

However, Carmichael told our reporter that he’s glad that the Netflix series has been held to account.

“I mean, we’re dramatising a family of cousins taking each other to poundtown and the death of a young woman,” he said.

“In a nutshell. Netflix might as well go the whole hog and warn the viewer about everything that’s in the show. Yes, it might be a fictionalised account of real events – but it also has a lot of stuff in it that wouldn’t get run on the most depraved corners of the internet. We’re talking about full-on cousins going at it like dolphins in the warm waters of the Whitsundays,”

“Imagine if you typed ‘inbred cousin hardcore’ into a pornography website. You’d have a policeman’s knee between your shoulder blades by nightfall. That’s what’s in The Crown, so we need to warn people. I’m glad they put a trigger warning in,”

“On top of that, we’re going to see more replays of that Mercedes crashing into that Parisian pillar than you’d see a concussion on a footy field. They’d replay it over and over again. A footballer having a seizure due to brain trauma. A woman bouncing around an S-Class like a dice in a cup. When you think about it, it’s absolutely perverted,”

“I, for one, can’t wait.”

More to come.

Author: Stephen Bailey