PA. STUDENTS DISCIPLINED FOR PIC OF DJ WITH BRAS: IRWIN, Pa. (AP) — A school district has disciplined students after a disc jockey posted a Facebook picture in which he holds bras thrown at him during a recent homecoming dance.
Norwin School District officials told The Associated Press that an unspecified number of students have been disciplined. The district, about 20 miles east of Pittsburgh, also will no longer allow the DJ, Eric Wenning, to work school dances.
District spokesman Jonathan Szish told the AP on Wednesday that all indications are that Wenning didn't encourage the bra-throwing but that he showed poor judgment in posting the photo to Facebook.
Szish couldn't immediately saw how many students were disciplined but said confidentiality rules prevent him from naming who was punished and how.
Wenning has told WPXI-TV which first reported the bra throwing and the photo, that he was appalled when the female students started throwing their bras at him during the Sept. 29 dance.
"It was kind of in a moment of bad judgment. I did take a picture with a shocked look on my face holding the bras in my hand and posted it on my private Facebook page," Wenning told the station. "I really apologize for making that bad judgment call and I do not condone any of this behavior."
The picture has since been removed from his Facebook page.
MINN. MAN FOUND PASSED OUT ON WIS. CAPITOL ROOF: MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Police say a Minnesota man who broke into the Wisconsin Capitol through a first-floor window and was found unconscious on the roof is now facing criminal charges.
The Wisconsin Department of Administration says 21-year-old Andrew Bishop smashed a window Sunday to get into the Capitol. Authorities say the Roseville, Minn., man then grabbed a fire extinguisher and threw it through another window.
Police found Bishop passed out on the fourth-floor rooftop just below the dome's observation deck. A criminal complaint says an officer described Bishop as very drunk and ultimately apologetic.
Bishop is charged in Dane County with felony criminal damage and entry into a locked building, a misdemeanor.
He was in jail on a $1,000 bond Wednesday and doesn't yet have an attorney. He's due in court next week.