Email typo sends 11-year-old school kids to porn site with extremely graphic videos


Boy using computer (illustration)
Boy using computer (illustration)
By: William Martin  WorldWideWeirdNews.com

Parents in Australia, are upset after a school email directed their children to an extremely graphic porn site.

Peninsula Grammar of Victoria, apologized to parents for the email blunder.

It all began when the school sent out a mass email for an upcoming breakfast, during which sports stars Brendan Goddard and Brian Lake were scheduled to speak to students.

The email, which was sent on Tuesday, directs the 11-year-old students to sign up for the event by clicking a link.

However, for some reason, a letter was missing, so instead of sending the children to the signup page, they were taken to a porn site.


The porn site contained hundreds of extremely graphic videos.

After learning about the blunder, the school urged students not to click the link in the email, but the warning prompted them to check out the porn site.

Officials of the school said that they were in the process of deleting the link from students' email accounts.

The school said that counselors were available for those who were affected by the porn site.

Peninsula Grammar charges around $25,000 a year in tuition fees.

It is considered an elite school in Melbourne.


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