Stickers cover testicles in yearbook photo

Dec. 6, 2012 at 4:23 PM

LONDON, Ontario, Dec. 6 (UPI) -- A Canadian high school is using stickers to cover up a yearbook photo featuring a student exposing his testicles to the camera.

The London District Catholic school board said Mother Teresa secondary school is using stickers bearing a Photoshopped version of the picture of the school's news team after the picture appearing in the book was found to feature a student with his testicles exposed, The London Free Press reported Thursday.

"They're going to put in those permanent stickers right on top of the old picture so it won't wreck the page or the photo," district spokesman John Boles said.

Boles said the company that published the yearbook will cover the costs of the stickers.

The spokesman said stickers will also be made available to students who already received their yearbooks before the nudity was noticed last week.

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