A rogue employee at Minnesota-based yearbook company Lifetouch National School Studios decided to pull a prank using Photoshop to 30 different student photos.
Changes included switched heads, stretched necks, a missing arm and a blurry, nude body replacement.
Best of all, the yearbooks were printed and delivered.
Implications - The spokeswoman for Lifetouch National School Studios Inc. explained that the incident was "an unfortunate lapse in judgment." She also stated that the employee did not play the prank for malicious reasons and was obviously fired.
Although the prank must have embarrassed some of the students, it was rather funny! It's a good thing the company re-printed the yearbooks without the graffiti for all of the students.
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