Pupil in court for leaving nude pics on teacher’s desk

2013-11-07 10:14

A matric pupil from Hoërskool Jeugland in Kempton Park appeared in court after he allegedly broke into the school and left nude photos of himself on a teacher’s desk.

The 18-year-old boy broke into the school in September.

He was arrested on Tuesday and released on bail, Beeld reported ­today.

Yesterday, he appeared in the Kempton Park Magistrates’ Court on a burglary charge.

A charge of crimen injuria in connection with the nude images had been added to the burglary docket.

It was not known if anything was stolen during the break-in at the school.

Magistrate Prince Manyathi postponed the case to next month for further investigation.

The pupil’s lawyer, Andre Swanepoel, told the paper that his client would continue with his matric exams.

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