Woman loses control of bodily fluids during ’50 Shades’ showing

Woman loses control of bodily fluids during ’50 Shades’ showing

A simple “Not my cup of tea would have sufficed.” Instead, one viewer at a showing of the controversial film “50 Shades of Grey” in the English town of Milton Keynes had a more visceral reaction. The Mirror notes that the screening had barely gotten underway when a female audience member started vomiting.

And that was only for starters. Before long, the woman is said to have lost control of all her bodily fluids.

One disgruntled movie-goer is quoting as telling the Milton Keynes Citizen newspaper:

We all expected to see Christian Grey gag 
Anastasia as part of the plot. We certainly didn’t 
expect to be gagging ourselves because of the stench. She lost control of 
everything, including all bodily 
fluids. The whole cinema stank.

Ultimately, the theater had to be evacuated. Paramedics were called in to assist the woman, who is believed to have been under the influence of alcohol.

“It was so disappointing,” said another disappointed customer. “We’d really been looking forward to seeing it after reading the books.” She added:

There was no way they could clean it up there and then – it would be a specialist job, so the film was stopped and everybody had to leave.

LU Staff

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