By Pat Loeb

By Pat Loeb

LANGHORNE, Pa. (CBS) — Neshaminy High School officials have called in police to help investigate what they’re calling “inappropriate photo texts, of a sexual nature,” on several students’ smart phones.

A statement on the school website says the photos were reported by students who saw them on their classmates’ phones during the school day.

The statement says parents of the students involved are being notified and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken when the investigation is complete.

It’s the second time this week the school has warned parents about potential danger lurking on cell phones. On Wednesday the school said “an unknown group of people” was posting inappropriate comments about Neshaminy students using a social media app called “Yik Yak.” The app allows users to comment anonymously and make it appear that someone else has posted the comment.

The school urged parents to check their children’s cell phones and delete any inappropriate comments.

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