NBC-12 Analysis: Porn Permissible in Pizza Hut 

NBC-12’s go-to legal analyst Steve Benjamin notes in last night’s broadcast that it is in fact legal to look at porn in public places -- “even if people can see it.”

His expert opinion comes after two customers at the Pizza Hut on Broad Street informed NBC-12 they had seen a worker on break sitting in the dining room “looking at naked women on his laptop.”

The customers say the manager on duty blew off their concerns.

That’s when they called the television station, which rushed a crew to the restaurant. There, a reporter confronted manager Alexis Cunningham, who expressed regret but said she didn’t think it impacted the employee’s job performance.

"We do regret that they had to see that and experience a situation like that in our restaurant, but like we said, it was personal time. He wasn't on the clock."

Watch the story above or read more on NBC-12's website.

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