Two students at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, Calif., offered to send pictures of their penises and anuses for $20 cash donations in an April fundraising effort for the university’s KCPR-FM radio station.
Logan Cooper and Sean Martinez, who hosted the sex radio talk show “Getting It In” on KCPR-FM, reportedly wrote on Facebook:
For only $20 dollars you can have a week of sexy Snapchats featuring the hosts of "Getting It In." If you have ever been curious about which one of us has a birthmark on our penis or which one of us has a tighter butt h---, this is your chance to find out.
The Facebook post has since been taken down.
“This fundraiser activity was organized and carried out without authorization from faculty and staff in the department,” Cal Poly's Media Relations Director Matt Lazier told CalCoastNews.com. “As well, university administration is investigating the matter to determine if any student conduct violations may have occurred.”
However, Cal Poly was reportedly warned months ago that their campus radio station had gone off the rails, but failed to address the issue.
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“I met with [Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Doug Epperson] in January and said they were not being supervised and something bad could happen,” said Department Coordinator Tess Serna, who wanted her name taken off the station's FCC license.
“Getting It In” has been removed from the station’s lineup.
“We’re just trying to understand what happened,” Mary Glick, chair of the Cal Poly Journalism Department, told the campus newspaper Mustang News.
Glick has started an investigation into the radio hosts’ bizarre offers and into the management of the radio station.