School Zoom event hacked by 'naked foreign men'
School online learning event is hacked by ‘naked foreign men with their private parts in their hands’ leaving parents and pupils horrified
- Up to six Doncaster schools invited to event for students with external provider
- Claimed teacher told them to open link to event before leaving their video chat
- Parents shocked to see several men appear on screen exposing themselves
- The Laurel Academy in Mexborough said incident was under police investigation
Parents were left horrified when an online event for students was hacked by naked men exposing themselves to children.
Six Doncaster schools had been invited to join an ‘author’ event arranged by an external provider yesterday morning.
But when children logged in, instead of seeing the event that was promised, parents and pupils were shocked to see a group of naked men exposing themselves.
It is understood the six South Yorkshire schools were invited to join the event that was organised by an external provider, and not the schools themselves.
Parents have been left horrified after an online event for students was hacked by naked men exposing themselves to children (stock photo)
One parent whose child clicked on the link for the event, said: ‘They had a lesson with their teacher.
‘She then told them to click on the link and listen to the author. She then left the group and muted the chat (so the kids couldn’t message her).
‘A few kids obviously clicked the link she sent over and there were loads of foreign men stood totally naked with their private parts in there hands.’
Jess Hughes, mother of two pupils at The Laurel Academy in Mexborough which was involved in the event said the scene left her daughters ‘distraught’, while she felt ‘sick to her stomach’.
Jess Hughes, mother of two pupils at The Laurel Academy in Mexborough which was involved in the event said the scene left her daughters ‘distraught’, while she felt ‘sick to her stomach’
The Laurel Academy, formerly Mexborough Academy near Doncaster, said it could not comment because the link to the lesson was provided by an external company and also said the incident was under police investigation.
Another concerned parent added: ‘We would all like our kids/grandkids to learn to the best of their ability but this doesn’t exactly give anyone the confidence to carry on like there’s nothing wrong.
‘We trust the schools to have reliable sources for online learning, not for dirty filthy perverts to be able to be seen with their male body parts out doing disgusting stuff.
South Yorkshire Police said in a statement: ‘We received a call yesterday (9 February) at 11am reporting an online session, being hosted externally to a number of Doncaster schools, being hacked by two men.
‘It is believed they committed lewd acts and made threats towards the children attending the session.
‘Enquiries are on-going to ascertain the circumstances and find those responsible. We are working closely with Doncaster Council and anyone with information that can help officers is asked to call 101 quoting incident number 358 of 9 February 2021.’
Delta Academies Trust, who run the Laurel Academy, said they did not wish to comment while the police continued their investigation.
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