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Petition Asks David Cameron To Put An End To Dirty Music Videos

by | 18th, December 2013

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YOU may not know, but Robin Thicke is the first man ever on Earth to be featured in a clip with some naked women for spurious reasons. We checked on Twitter and the outrage confirmed it.

And his Blurred Lines video really caused a stink, to the point that it has prompted a petition urging Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron to change the law and ban children from watching dirty music videos online.

Of course, children are terrifically clever and they’ll be bypassing any parent locks and filters, completely avoiding the ‘Blurred Lines’ video and heading straight to the XXX stuff. They’re not daft. Not nearly as daft as adults who think anyone can do anything about people making whatever saucy stuff they want and certainly not half as idiotic as people who think there aren’t ways round it all.

The online petition (often about as useful as a fireguard made from entirely flammable materials) aimed at Cameron has been posted on and has attracted more than 15,700 signatures.

That’s 15,700 people

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