A free public Wi-Fi experiement in areas of New York City is coming to an abrupt end.

An internet browsing service located on public sidewalks across the city is being disabled because some people have been using it to watch porn videos, the New York Daily News reported Wednesday. The changes to the 400 LinkNYC kiosks located across the city's Queens, Manhattan and Bronx boroughs come following complaints that homeless people were using them to watch porn, NBC New York reported. 

"The kiosks were never intended for anyone's extended, personal use and we want to ensure that Links are accessible and a welcome addition to New York City neighborhoods," a statement from LinkNYC read.

“We also know that some users have been monopolizing the Link tablets and using them inappropriately, preventing others from being able to use them while frustrating the residents and businesses around them,” a LinkNYC official added.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said disabling web browsing in the kiosks began Wednesday and is expected to be completed by Friday. "As of Sept. 14, the web browsing function has been removed from all Link tablets," he said. "This function was removed in order to curb excessive, long-term, and inappropriate use of the kiosks."

Although there is a filtering system in the kiosk that is supposed to block lewd content, there have been continuous complaints about public masturbation and porn.

The NYCLink kiosks were first introduced in 2014. The $200 million project replaced thousands of payphones with upgraded systems, CNET reported.