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Penn State Police Investigate 2 Reported Incidents Involving Nudity

by on April 18, 2014 9:17 AM

Penn State police are investigating two reported incidents related to nudity.

The first incident was reported Tuesday. A female student who lives in Bigler Hall believes her roommate may have taken a photo of her without her permission while she was naked .

The incident reportedly occurred in March.

Police are investigating the case as invasion of privacy. The investigation is ongoing.

The second incident allegedly occurred Wednesday on Curtain Road at the Nittany Lion shrine. Police received a report that students were posing naked with the lion statue.

Police say an employee at Rec Hall looked out the window and saw people at the shrine who may have been naked. When police arrived they located three males who were walking away from the statue and fully clothed.

When police inquired, the males allegedly admitted to posing for a naked photo. Police forwarded an allegation of student misconduct to the Office of Student Conduct.

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Jennifer Miller is a reporter for She has worked in journalism since 2005. She's covered news at the local, state and national level with an emphasis on crime and local government.
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