Netflix viewers are bothered by the show’s ‘most screwed up sex scene’


Viewers have dubbed a sex scene on a Netflix show as the messiest they’ve ever seen, with some saying they couldn’t go through with it.

For the uninitiated, the reaction to the scene first emerged when the horror drama series New cherry flavor abandoned last year.

However, it is making the rounds on social media again and once again viewers are horrified.

Now, the offensive moment – which arrives in episode four of the 18-rated show – is a little confusing whether you’ve seen it or not, so brace yourself.

It takes place around 30 minutes when Lisa’s character can be seen with a questionable “wound” on her stomach, only for a kitten to come out afterwards. And that’s only half.

Then Lisa’s lover Roy comes over for some consensual sex and as they get down to it he starts caressing the so-called wound – you know, the one the kitten came out of – before plunge his whole arm into it.

I just gave birth to a kitten by chance. Credit: Netflix

Although they look like the worst part of a horror movie, the couple seem to be enjoying the whole thing and they head to bed to continue.

Safe to say it’s hard to digest, but plenty of people gave it a try after a post from TikTok user Cody (@siriuslycody) challenged viewers to check it out and see if they could do it all the way.

One person who couldn’t was Tanya Wire (@tantan1984), which she demonstrated by sharing a clip of her blind reaction.

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Playing Cody’s audio on the clip, Tanya and her partner took the stage on TV and it didn’t take long for them to look extremely comfortable.

In a text placed on the sequence, she admits: “So fucked up that I could not watch it, I felt sick…”

Some viewers were unable to browse the entire scene.  Credit: Netflix
Some viewers were unable to browse the entire scene. Credit: Netflix

Hundreds of people took to the comments section to share their thoughts, with one writing: “What did I just watch.”

Another joked: ‘Okay that’s enough internet for me today. Just throw away all the internet.

Others were less disturbed by the scene, including this person who said, “I don’t understand what I just watched but it didn’t bother me.

A second came: “Oh, of course, I didn’t see A Serbian film.”

Well, you can’t argue with that. If you think you can handle it, check it out – but don’t say we didn’t warn you.


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