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USC Rooftop Sex Hi Jinx ~ South Los Angeles

5:17 PM PDT on March 28, 2011

    A reader sent us a grip of pictures that apparently everyone at USC has already seen and commented on. A young couple got onto the roof of Waite Phillips Hall and went to town. Little did they know that an anonymous perv was photographing the entire session. Naturally the pictures were posted on Facebook and according to the Daily Trojan, the man in question has been suspended from his fraternity. Knowing USC frats, suspended must be a code word for "promoted to President".

    USC: Fuck On!

    UPDATE: The student who took the pictures has granted an interview with the USC on-campus news station, where he says he never intended for the photos to go viral.

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