Police Called After Students Pose Nude on Nittany Lion Shrine
The University Police log can often provide some entertaining stories, but this one will be hard to beat.
According to a cryptic, five sentence report from the Centre Daily Times, police were called after three male students posed nude at the Nittany Lion Shrine this morning at about 1 a.m. A Rec Hall employee happened to catch a glance of the naked students from a window and called police, according to the report.
When police arrived, the students were completely dressed but admitted to taking the nude photo. The students will be referred to Penn State’s student conduct office, the report said. Police haven’t released names of the students.
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