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Kent school launches investigation into ‘hacking’ after its Twitter account posts X-RATED video

School launches probe after its Twitter account posted x-rated video of an Easter Bunny receiving a sex act and followed several porn stars – claiming they have been ‘hacked’

  • The Twitter account of the Malling School, near Maidstone in Kent, posted the video on Wednesday afternoon before quickly deleting it
  • It showed a woman engaged in a sex act with a man dressed as the Easter Bunny
  • The video had already been viewed nearly a million times before being shared with the school’s 1,000 followers
  • The Twitter account also ‘followed’ eight other porn-related Twitter accounts 

A Kent secondary school which boasts of its ‘traditional ethos’ has launched an investigation into ‘hacking’ after a hardcore pornographic video was posted on its social media account.

The official Twitter account of Malling School, a co-educational school with around 1,000 11-18-year-old pupils in a village near Maidstone, retweeted the x-rated video on Wednesday afternoon.

The three-second clip shows a young woman engaging in a sex act with a man who is wearing a huge Easter Bunny costume.

It was posted from the account of porn star Riley Reid – which turned out to be one of eight porn-related Twitter accounts followed by the school’s official feed, @MallingSch.

The video had been viewed almost a million times, and Reid’s original post Liked 19,000 times, before the school hit ‘retweet’ and shared it with its 1,070 followers.

The post was hastily deleted, and the other explicit Twitter accounts – including those of male and female pornstars and a major porn website –  swiftly unfollowed.

The Malling School near Maidstone in Kent has been contacted for comment after the tweet

The Malling School near Maidstone in Kent has been contacted for comment after the tweet

Adult actress Riley Reid, whose post of the video was retweeted by the school's account

Adult actress Riley Reid, whose post of the video was retweeted by the school’s account

KentOnline reported that one follower, a 19-year-old man whose brother attends the school, said: ‘I’m shocked. It’s not what you’d expect of a school’s Twitter feed.

‘It makes you think about how it got there.’

Malling School was rated Good by Ofsted in its latest inspection and boasts online: ‘We provide an excellent all-round education in a friendly and supportive environment.’

It adds: ‘Parents tell us they like our traditional ethos, small school and high expectations.’

Headteacher Mr John Vennart said: ‘The Malling School appears to have been a victim of a hacking incident on our twitter site.

‘We removed the malicious post as soon as we became aware of it, and are conducting an investigation.’ 

 

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