Students Bug Teachers' Lounge, Brag about It on Facebook

Two girls in Sweden bugged their teachers' staff room in the hope of getting information about the content of tests:

The teenagers, who were not named, came up with the plan after finding a key to the teachers' lounge. They then went to a spy shop, bought bugging equipment and planted it in the staff room the day before teachers were due to have a meeting about how to grade students' work.

They were caught when one of them bragged about it on Facebook. The girls were charged with criminal trespassing and fined about $270.

Link via Slashdot | Photo by Flickr user bigpresh used under Creative Commons license

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