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A state representative from Rhode Island who handed out some Wikipedia information he says was sent by an unnamed friend this week had some explaining to do about the porn tabs appearing at the top of the browser.

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Rep. Ramon Perez posted on Facebook about this embarrassing slip-up and said, “I was send this picture with information I need it for one of my bill, I didn’t notice what was wrong with it.”

The links are clearly for things involving the words “teen,” “MILF,” “young” and “brunette.”

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“Tell me people what you see wrong in this picture? I was send this picture with information I need it for one of my bill, I didn’t notice what was wrong with it, until I got a few calls about it,” Perez wrote in a grammatically error-ridden Facebook post. “My fault for no noticing the That picture I had receive, had something bad on it, and use it by mistake, sorry to everyone, This is my stament. That is all.”

“As a freshman I have a lot to learn. I am really ashamed and sorry about this,” he said later. “It wasn’t intended, it wasn’t from my computer.”

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According to ABC 6, Perez claimed that an unnamed friend sent him the screenshot with porn links on and that a clerk printed out copies and handed them to House Finance Committee members.

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