Minn. high school streakers could be charged as sex offenders
It's official: High school kids are no longer allowed to have any fun. Seriously. High school streakers are sex offenders?! Give us a break.
One St. Francis teen who was caught streaking at a high school football game might be charged a sex offender. How does that add up, you ask? He could be charged with fifth degree criminal sexual conduct for exposing himself to a minor under the age of 16. He would have to register as a sex offender for 10 years.
St. Francis High School is so fed up with streakers that they are doubling police presence at the last home game of the year. There have been five students caught streaking at three games this year. In addition to being charged as sex offenders, they could be suspended, banned from school activities, or expelled.
Check out the Fox report below.
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