Children as young as 10 are sending nude or semi-nude photos of themselves to other kids, with experts blaming easily-accessible porn sites and social media for the alarming new trend. Experts have revealed students in grade five and six are regularly taking part in the "sexting" trend and have urged parents to wake up to what their children are really doing on their phones, NewsCorp reports. National Centre Against Bullying spokesperson Dr Michael Carr-Gregg said children in the 10 to 13 age group do not have the social and emotional maturity to manage the digital footprint, and warns the trend is triggering the early sexualisation of children. He is urging parents to monitor their children's social media sites and to not allow those under 13 to join but said his plea is "falling on deaf ears". The figures showed the average age of those seeking help was 13 with nearly 40 per cent of calls discussing "significant coercion" to share images. In another case, a Year Six student harassed another Year Six student to send him naked photos, which he then forwarded on to 27 people. School principals are now reportedly relying on sex assault groups to help deal with the "sexting" epidemic as a way to stop the alarming new trend. News Home.
Man caught on film 'performing a sex act on himself' in the carpark of a nudist beach
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A man has been caught 'red-handed' allegedly committing a lewd act in his car at a nudist beach. Josh Bilbrough was walking back to his car at Swanbourne Beach in Perth last Tuesday when he unfortunately gazed upon a man allegedly masturbating in his car. Josh Bilbrough was walking back to his car at Swanbourne Beach in Perth when he unfortunately gazed upon a man masturbating in his car. Mr Bilbrough was with his friends and said he was shocked at the incident from the random man and was one of the last things he expected to see.