When a teaching assistant sent naked pictures of herself mistakenly in an email thinking she was sending a study guide, students were quick to share their emailed curriculum with others. The teaching assistant from the University of Iowa somehow got her wires crossed and accidentally sent along naked photos of herself instead of a study guide for an up and coming test, according to Reuters on Oct. 23.
The email attachment gave the students a surprise to say the least and according to “Fox and Friends” live on Thursday morning, the TA showed up in class the next day. She never addressed the issue. As you might expect, a plea from the university to the students to delete the naked pictures in the email was ignored.
The TA told the university officials that she mistakenly attached her naked pictures to the email instead of the classroom curriculum. The pictures showed the TA with a man, both nude, having a “sexually charged video chat.” The two were seen in different locations in their birthday suits.
One of the students wrote in an email that the TA showed up in class on Wednesday morning and she was “looking very rattled.” Spokesperson for the University Tom Moore said:
"This incident was inappropriate, and the university will look into it and take appropriate actions under our policies and procedures.”
The website totalfratmove.com, was the first website to publicize the naked picture email mistake. They blocked out the senders name, added a message offering math problem solutions and posted a screen shot of the message. They left out the nude pictures, stating that was for "obvious reasons."