An 18-year-old from South Wales has been suspended from his school after posting a porn video of a naked teenage girl in a car on his personal Facebook account.
The teen, who cannot be named, was also charged with causing grievous bodily harm and a racially or religiously aggravated offence.
He was found guilty of causing a breach of the peace.
The case has been referred to the local district and the school has agreed to pay a fine of up to £2,500.
He added: “What if the teacher found out and kicked me out of school for a year?” “
I have no idea what the consequences would be.”
He added: “What if the teacher found out and kicked me out of school for a year?”
On February 2, he posted the following: “Im really proud of myself, im really proud to show my friends.
Im just a little afraid of what will happen.
If im not careful i could be facing some very serious consequences.”
The teenager was also arrested at the scene and taken to court in a hearing on Monday, where the prosecution said he had committed an act of “gross indecency”.
In his case, the victim was 17 years old at the point of the video. “
It is not my first rodeo, I had a few incidents of it in my life but never anything that could have happened to me.”
In his case, the victim was 17 years old at the point of the video.
The school has a zero tolerance policy towards sexual violence, and has said it would suspend him for six months if he had an inappropriate relationship with anyone under 18.
A spokesman said: The safety of all students and staff is paramount and we have strict disciplinary processes in place for any student found to have engaged in any type of sexual behaviour.
“We will take every measure to ensure that our students feel safe whilst at school and that they have the opportunity to do so.”
We have an ongoing process of investigation into this matter and are providing a statement to the media to discuss the circumstances of this case.
“The school also released a statement saying it had suspended the student for six weeks, which he would be released on his own recognisance.
A spokesperson added: Our aim is to have a zero-tolerance policy on sexual violence and we will suspend any student for up to six weeks if they have an inappropriate sexual relationship with someone under 18.”