Pittsburgh, Text Messages, and High Schoolers
OK, you're a high school teacher. You live in or near Pittsburgh. You've got a cell phone and internet access, and some time on your hands. You read in the news about teachers in your situation that are getting fired for hitting on their students. So what do you do? Well, if you're Mt. Lebanon High School chemistry teacher Nicholas Salvo, you use the internet and your cell phone to hit on some students!
Salvo, 34, of Mt. Lebanon, is accused of using the Internet to send sexually explicit photos to someone he believed was a 14-year-old girl. Authorities said Mr. Salvo accessed a teen chat room from his home computer on July 3 and contacted an undercover agent posing as a teen. He allegedly sent her a private message asking what her measurements were and telling, "I like younger girls." And then he sent some photos of his nether regions!
I used to think that my high school teachers were pretty stupid, but this is getting ridiculous!