Target shopper Gina Young was with her twins in the chain's Campbell, California store Wednesday when someone began playing the audio from a porno over the store's PA system. She recorded it for posterity and posted it to Youtube and Instagram as you can see above. And, hilariously, one of her three-year-old twins asked of the moaning woman blaring over the speakers, "Is she hurt?"

Says Young, "People offered to help me cover my twins' ears. Others threw their stuff down and walked out. Employees were running around everywhere. Picking and hanging up phones, which worked… for about two minutes before it started up again."

In the video you can sort of see a couple of employees rushing, somewhere, to fix this.

Funnily enough, this is not an isolated incident! As the SF Chronicle notes, something similar happened in July at a Target store in San Luis Obispo, which led to a brief evacuation of the store.

The LA Times got a Target spokesperson on the phone who said the company is investigating the incident, and they “want our guests to know that we take this very seriously.” The spokesperson adds, “We are actively reviewing the situation with the team to better understand what happened and to help ensure this doesn’t happen again."

Was this a marvelous prank by a clever hacker? Or have two different managers plugged their laptops into the wrong jack on their lunch breaks in two different towns?

In any event: hilarious.

As KTVU and others are reporting, this is at least the fourth such instance of what appears to be a serial hacking job dating back to April, with two other California stores, in Colma and Tulare, also both experiencing similar porn audio attacks.