A Kentucky faculty district confirmed on Wednesday it’s investigating social media posts of a homecoming occasion exhibiting male youngsters in skimpy clothes giving lap dances to highschool workers, together with the principal.

Social media posts rising from Hazard High School in Hazard, Kentucky present teenage boys giving lap dances to workers which has prompted outrage from dad and mom on social media, according to Lexington Herald-Leader.

Hazard High School Athletics Facebook Page

Hazard High School Athletics Facebook Page

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“The incident is under investigation and as you know anything under investigation I really can’t talk about,” Hazard Independent Superintendent Sondra Combs informed the Herald-Leader with out describing the photographs. “Once the investigation is complete, appropriate action will be taken.”

Hazard High School Athletics Facebook Page

Hazard High School Athletics Facebook Page

The photographs had been posted on the Hazard High School Athletics Facebook web page however have since been eliminated. The principal of the college, Donald “Happy” Mobelini, was photographed within the photos and can also be the city’s mayor.

Other photographs from the occasion showed teenage women parading across the fitness center in Hooters waitress costumes.

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The homecoming occasion, listed to happen on Tuesday on the Hazard High School Facebook web page, was referred to as a “man pageant.”

“Public education is under so much fire right now,” Nema Brewer, co-founder of the general public training group Ky. 120 United, stated concerning the photographs.  “This kind of stuff is not helpful. In fact, it’s disgusting. It appears they are sexualizing young adults.”

Hazard High School Athletics Facebook Page

Hazard High School Athletics Facebook Page

Both Principal Mobelini and the Hazard School District Board didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark from Fox News.