Arizona Yearbook Flasher Won’t Be Charged for Prank Photo

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Hunter Osborn (Photo: Mesa Police Department)
Hunter Osborn (Photo: Mesa Police Department)

MESA, Ariz. — The high school football player who exposed himself during the team’s yearbook photo will not face charges for his senior prank, according to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office.

Charges against Hunter Osborn were dismissed after all 69 people in the photo declined to press charges.

How many times to do you see every single person involved in an incident agreeing?

“I’m so happy with all the support, I am so thankful,” Osborn, who is now 19, told KNXV in Phoenix. “God is on my side and I’m blessed [by] everything that’s happened from the support side.”

Osborn, who was 18 at the time of the photo, was facing one count of furnishing harmful items to minors and 69 counts of misdemeanor indecent exposure over the prank. He was arrested on Saturday.

Over 3,400 yearbooks were distributed to students before the prank was noticed, KTVK reported. Osborn reportedly told police he was dared to do it by a teammate and was “disgusted” with himself.

Most students who spoke with KTVK said they didn’t notice the issue until it was pointed out and thought the charges were too harsh for what they see as a prank.

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