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USB stick blunder unleashes X-rated personal vids

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A group of Argentinian schoolkids copped a righteous eyeful of smut last week when their female biology* teacher handed them a USB memory stick containing a couple of vids of her going hammer and tongs with her boyfriend.

According to the Diario Democracia, innocent kiddies at the La Escuela Media Nº 1 "Manuel Dorrego", in the city of Junín, downloaded two folders from the stick to their netbooks.

One contained innocent study material, but the other – entitled "Vacaciones" (Holidays) – offered two explicit human biology lessons.

Unsurprisingly, the exposé caused a bit of a rumpus in the school and among parents. Some concerned mums and dads claimed the unnamed filth-peddler had already been caught on school premises "fondling" her boyf, but had not been disciplined.

The school's director, Gladys Prieto, described the video leak as "serious, but accidental", adding that the teacher's fate would depend on the legal provisions which govern such incidents.

Prieto insisted technology is "very positive", but noted that "we adults should always be very careful and responsible". ®

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* According to La Nación.

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