Teen Charged for Exposing Himself in Yearbook

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    A Main South High School student was reportedly charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly exposed himself in a yearbook photograph, police said.

    A Maine South High School student was reportedly charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly exposed himself in a yearbook photograph, police said.

    A 16-year-old student who appeared in a sports-related photograph in the 2013 Eyrie yearbook showed his genitals in a yearbook photo, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

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    The photograph reportedly showed his genital protruding from his shorts in what appeared to be an intentional manner and was discovered by school representatives before the yearbook was distributed.

    The school was able to remove the photo from the yearbooks at an estimated cost of $1,400, the Sun-Times reported.

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    The teen was reportedly awaiting a petition to juvenile court.