Undated file photo of Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan. (AP Photo, File)

It seems porn counts as classified documents.

Shortly after Osama bin Laden was killed four years ago, Seal Team Six reportedly found a “stash of pornography” in his library of “modern” videos that was “fairly extensive.”

But the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which released much of bin Laden’s library files and books on May 20, nixed putting out the porn, our colleague Adam Taylor reported.

[The bin Laden library the U.S. government doesn’t want you to see: The porn stash.]

“We have no plans to release that at this point in time,” a DNI spokesman said, “Due to the nature of the content, the decision was made not to release it.”

So David Covucci, a blogger for the men’s Web site BroBible, decided to try a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the CIA on May 26 to get the stash. The agency, in a lightning-fast response dated June 4, said:

“With regard to the pornographic material Osama bin Laden had in his possession at the time of his death, responsive records,” — ready? — “should they exist, would be contained in operational files,” which are exempt from the FOIA.

What’s more, CIA information and privacy coordinator Michael Lavergne continued, “To the extent that this material exists, the CIA would be prohibited” by federal law, “from mailing obscene matter.”

Okay. But if, you know, the porn stash exists, the agency wouldn’t have to mail it. What if a group of reporters drove out to the Langley. . .?