Florida's Teenagers Can Now Sext Without Worrying About Becoming a Felon
Any under-aged, would-be Weiner who sends another minor a sexually explicit text message, photo or video will now be forced to either pay a fine of $60 or complete eight hours of community service.
The second offense however could lead to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine. Ouch. The charges could get bumped up to a felony on the fourth offense.
So basically kids, you only get three sexts before you become a felon. Choose that sext message wisely.
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