An unidentified teacher at Highland Middle School in Anderson, Indiana., accidentally "synced" a photo of herself from her iPhone to her classroom iPad -- and then let several students use the tablet.
"We couldn't do anything not to look at it," said student Joshua Troutt, 13. "It just popped up when [a classmate] pressed the button."
What they saw, police say, was "from the neck down, with partial exposure" of her chest. Detective Joel Sandefur said no "criminal violation could be gleaned from the evidence as presented, the matter was turned over to the school and the police investigation closed."
Assistant Superintendent Beth Clark agreed the whole situation was an accident, and there was no violation of the district's "technology use policy."
Still, someone needed to be punished, right? That's what outraged parents. No punishment for the teacher was announced, but the kids who saw the photo were suspended.
(I'm using this smiley a lot, today)
Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them.
The rest of us are a bit crap.