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BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Talk of monetary union and wine quotas gave way to controversy over orgasms and innuendo at the European Commission on Wednesday as it defended a risque Internet video clip highlighting its backing for European cinema. The EU executive’s usually dry daily news briefing sprung to life with questions over whether a raunchy 44-second clip was the best way to show how Brussels uses taxpayers’ money.
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Spokesman Martin Selmayr appealed, “Let us for once also have a good sense of humor and let us not start the old wars of the fifties about what is sex, what is pornography and what is simply normal to watch on television.”