Jul 222014
 July 22, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Martin Evans reports:

A schoolgirl has received a police caution after texting an explicit photograph of herself to her boyfriend, it has emerged.

The teenager sent the image via her phone, but after the couple had a row, he forwarded it to his friends.

Police were called in because she was under the age of 18 and therefore both were committing an offence of distributing an indecent image of a child.

Both received a caution but police are now warning other teenagers they could end up on the sex offenders register if they send explicit pictures of themselves via text messages or social media.

Read more on The Telegraph.

  One Response to “Teenage girl given police caution for ‘sexting’ explicit selfie to boyfriend”

  1. This sounds like one of those stupid laws supposedly to protect yourself, akin to the seatbelt laws which are arguably a victimless crime.

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