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He stripped off on camera thinking he was talking to a girl his age, but then he was targeted by fraudsters who threatened to leak the webcam video of him if he didn't pay up.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands -- A teacher at a Dutch school stood up on her desk in front of all of her students and began taking off her shirt and pants.
Beyond posing as teenage heart-throb Justin Bieber, between 20, Hunter used a number of online aliases, hiding behind photos of teenage boys and pretending to be a teenager himself, The Guardian quoted prosecutor Richard Bennett as saying: He went after both genders.
Posing as Bieber, he convinced girls that he wanted to be their boyfriend.
Photos and video taken of the teacher’s strip tease were posted to Facebook and were quickly shared all over.
But once Debby Heerkens, a science teacher at Groene Hart Rijnwoude School, had removed her outer layers her students realized she was wearing a skintight suit showing the entire muscular structure on her body.
If you find inappropriate content that you believe should be removed (illegal content, copyright infringement or dead links): - to remove physical video file please contact the site owner where it hosted.Britain's Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre claims that 184 British kids have fallen victim to one of these webcam plots in the past two years – remember, the fraudsters aren't just taking money, but they're looking at footage which, if the child is under 18, counts as child pornography.The obstacles into investigating these criminals are that a lot of the boys targeted are too afraid to report it, according to a internet safety awareness charity Get Safe Online.Naughty and so cute round assed divas are showing their delights to pretty pals before getting their magic mouths, luscious pussies and tight buttholes drilled!Robert Hunter, a 35-year-old man from Middlesbrough, UK, is now serving a 14-year sentence for abusing girls and boys as young as 9 from across Europe, Asia, Canada and the US via Facebook and other sites, Skype, and MSN, according to The Guardian.