Radnor Teen Allegedly Made Underage Facebook Porn on Grandma’s Computer

Plus: The Eagles draft Fletcher Cox, the Flyers draw the Devils in round two, high-school kids are doing more stupid stunts (we told you so), and more of what Philly is buzzing about today.

Teen Makes Underage Facebook Porn. A Wayne teenager was arrested for allegedly printing pictures of Radnor High School girls off of Facebook and taking pictures of his penis next to the photos. He then uploaded the pictures to a different Facebook page. On his grandma’s computer. [NBC Philadelphia]

Cherry Hill Teacher Denies Abuse. A week ago a father who has an autistic son in the Cherry Hill school system posted a YouTube video of a recording from his son’s classroom. He edited the audio with segments of video calling the teachers out for verbally abusing his son. Now that its gone viral, one of the teachers has come out to say she didn’t verbally abuse his son. [Inquirer]

Eagles Draft DT Fletcher Cox. The Eagles traded up in the first round of the NFL draft to select defensive tackle Fletcher Cox out of Mississippi State with the 12th overall pick. Get your inappropriate puns ready. [Yahoo!]

Flyers and Devils Resume Playoff Hockey This Sunday. The Devils eked out a series victory with a 2OT goal in Game 7 against the Panthers last night after you all went to bed. Game 1 of the second round will be Sunday at 3 p.m. [The 700 Level]

Parents Warned About Salt and Ice Challenge. Phoenixville Middle School officials sent a letter home to parents warning of the dangers of a popular new trend among students. They’re doing the “Salt and Ice Challenge.” Not to say we told you so, but, we told you so. Ah, to be young. [NBC Philadelphia]

The Sixers Will Play the Bulls. Last night, the Detroit Pistons handily beat the Sixers, ensuring that Philly takes on Chicago in the first round of the NBA playoffs. [Yahoo!]

Also, It’s Friday. Everybody’s looking forward to the weekend.

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