Mum’s horror as X-rated sounds play through baby’s nightlight

Gillian Wolski
·Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
·2-min read

A mum has told of her horror after hearing 'loud moaning' noises coming from her baby's nightlight one evening.

After putting her daughter to bed and switching on her 'starlight projector,' Dawn Lothian, from Edinburgh, retired to the living room to relax with some TV.

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A mum was left horrified when her daughter's nightlight started playing 'loud moaning' sounds one evening. Photo: Getty Images.

'Loud moaning'

That's until the 29-year-old noticed some X-rated sounds emanating from her little girl's room.

"I muted the TV and went through to where my daughter was sleeping and right enough I heard the noises of it and I couldn't believe it," Dawn told the Daily Record.

"It was the first time it happened and was loud moaning. It's a starlight projector that you can connect music to via Bluetooth," she added.

Shocked and confused by what was clearly audio from a porn film playing through a baby toy, she called out to her partner to help her investigate the source of the not-suitable-for-children sounds. 

"Luckily my baby is far too young to understand what was going on," Dawn said.

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A neighbour's Bluetooth blunder turned out to be the cause of the X-rated noises. Photo: Getty Images.

Bluetooth blunder

Turns out, a neighbour who was enjoying some adult content that same evening had connected their own device to Dawn's daughter's nightlight.

The following morning, Dawn decided to leave a polite yet firm note on the stairs of her apartment block that read:

Whoever was watching porn last night @ 11.30pm has connected their device to our babies nightlight, can you please disconnect ASAP, thanks.

While the identity of the neighbour remains a mystery, Dawn reported that her note did the trick and their device was promptly disconnected.

Whoever they are, here's hoping they're a little more careful when using Bluetooth in future!

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