Principal Jorgen Rasmussen said the video shown to the 450 people attending the ceremony at Gammel Hellerup Gymnasium was supposed to celebrate the graduating class with pictures from their time at the school, but the video was interrupted by footage of a male student having sex with a woman who does not attend the school, The Copenhagen Post reported Tuesday.
Rasmussen said the school will not seek charges against the student and the woman depicted in the video, but he would like to see charges filed against whoever shot and edited the video, which was apparently taken with a hidden camera.
"We've agreed not to press charges," Rasmussen told Berlingske Nyhedsbureau. "However, we have encouraged the two young people who appear in the video to proceed with the case. It is really them, and not the school, that was violated."
Rasmussen said the school knows the identity of the culprits and they have been punished by the school, but he would not elaborate on their identities or the disciplinary actions taken by the school.
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