Two suspects were arrested after motorists and pedestrians along the Garrison Flyover in Port Harcourt were shocked to see an electronic billboard mounted along the road play the 60 seconds pornographic video.
The Rivers State Signage and Advertisement Agency (RISAA) shut down an electronic billboard.
It was gathered that the billboard showed 60 seconds pornograhic video in Port Harcourt on Thursday, October 15.
Two staff of E-Motion Communications Nigeria Ltd, owners of the LED billboard, have also been arrested.
Speaking during a press briefing on Friday morning, the Managing Director of RISAA, Hon. Anthony Okea, frowned at development, stating that the billboard is now shut downed by the agency as authorized by the laws and some suspects have been taken into custody as investigation continues to ascertain the real motive behind their irresponsible act.
A motorist, Kingston Ekwere, who saw the pornography, said it caused traffic hold up around the flyover.
“I parked by the Garrison flyover waiting for it to get to my turn to load my car when I saw people looking at the bill board passionately and laughing. I immediately look towards the direction of attention and behold, it was a display of sex tape. The whole flyover went agog as everybody, motorists and people working, had to stop to watch the film as many condemned it and some youths were happy viewing it.”