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Mum mortified after accidentally sending X-rated video to her mum

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A woman has been left mortified after she mistakenly sent an X-rated video to her mum. Kara Tonin, from Canada, took to TikTok to explain how she had set up a feature on her phone to send any photos of her son to his grandma automatically, The Sun reports.

However, when Ms. Tonin decided to film her animated video in the kitchen, she completely forgot about the photo of her son on the fridge. This is a PSA for anyone who uses Google photos or any photo app that has facial recognition,” she said in the video.

“So Google photos have this incredible thing where it recognizes people’s faces, and if you type in their name, it will pull up every picture and video with their face in it. And then you can make an album of that person and share it with your friends and family. “Isn’t technology incredible? A little too incredible if you ask me!”

Ms. Tonin explained that she had set up the feature to automatically send any photos she takes of her son Josh straight to her mum. “So a little while back, I decided I wanted to spice things up a little bit in my relationship,” she said.

“So I made an R-rated video where I was doing unspeakable, un-Godly things and Google photos picked up a tiny picture of my son in the background on my fridge. “And said, ‘hey, that’s a picture of Josh, let’s send the video to Kara’s mum.’ “I’m so sorry, mum.”

The video has since gone viral, amassing almost two million views and thousands of comments from people left in hysterics over the incident. This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been republished here with permission.

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