Exposing oneself in the high school yearbook is a surefire way to mar your school record. That’s what a Maine South High School student found out after being charged with disorderly conduct following the publication of a picture in the yearbook of him with his genitals exposed. The photo was spotted before distribution of the yearbooks, but it cost $1,400 to remove the picture.
“From our perspective as a school, it’s a student disciplinary/personnel matter that we are not going to talk about,” said the Maine Township High School District 207 spokesman Dave Beery.
The teen will be headed to juvenile court. From there, he will likely run for Mayor of New York.