HS Football player charged with felony for exposing himself in team photo

High School Sports

Red Mountain (Mesa, Ariz.) senior linebacker Hunter Osborn, 19, faces 70 charges for exposing himself in a football team photo that appeared in a program sold to game attendees as well as the school yearbook, according to KPHO-TV.

Red Mountain (Mesa, Ariz.) senior linebacker Hunter Osborn
Red Mountain (Mesa, Ariz.) senior linebacker Hunter Osborn
Osborn exposed a portion of his privates above the waistband of his football pants, the report said. The exposure went unnoticed by authorities during the fall season and appeared in an estimated 3,400 editions of the yearbook before school officials learned of the photo’s graphic nature, according to the television news station.

As far as pranks go, this one went farther than anyone involved probably ever imagined.
Hunter Osborn (Photo: Mesa Police Department)

Hunter Osborn (Photo: Mesa Police Department)

After confessing to exposing himself on a dare and telling police he was “disgusted” by his own behavior, Osborn was charged with 69 counts of misdemeanor indecent exposure — one for each of the students present at the photo shoot — and one felony count of furnishing harmful items to minors, according to court documents obtained by KPHO-TV.

During what is being termed an ongoing investigation — not that it takes Sherlock Holmes to figure this one out — Mesa Public Schools issued a statement insinuating multiple students were involved (which isn’t much of a leap, considering the two students posing in front of Osborn separated just enough to expose the exposed private parts):

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