Parents in Long Island, NY are shocked and appalled by a popular Twitter page where teens post embarrassing pictures of themselves and their friends partying.
The teens often include their names and schools with the lewd pictures.
“Once it’s out in cyberspace there’s no taking it back,” Marg Lee, of the anti-DUI group DEDICATEDD, told CBS New York. “If an employer is going to be looking for someone to represent their company you’re not going to want somebody that’s been all over the web.”
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However, judging by the pictures posted by the Daily Mail, from the Twitter page, it might be a good idea if these teens stay out of the workplace and off the road.
“Teens who are not using good judgment and parents who are clueless,” added psychologist Dr. Susan Bartell. "Once someone else has forwarded it to somebody else, it’s out there in cyberspace and you can never get it back.”
In response to news stories, the LIPartyStories Twitter page recently posted, "The hype was definitely real today. Get ready because were coming back with bigger, better, and more crazier s--- than before."
Sources: Twitter, CBS New York, My Fox NY, Daily Mail