A group of university students have been left in shame and ridicule after a Facebook group exposed their lewd photos.
A Facebook page has revealed shocking s*x romp by university students engaging in wild s*x.
According to the page, Village Party Central 2016 most of those pictured had no knowledge of the photos, which typically attracted a storm of sexually explicit comments.
It was revealed that the page, which boasted more than 900 members and was run by other students, has been shut down by Facebook.
Grapeshot, a student paper at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, revealed its graphic contents.
“Some videos contained footage of students participating in sexual acts, public urination and nudity,” it said.
Viewers would then try to identify those pictured, commenting “NTV” or name that villager, a reference to Macquarie University Village.
A number of the posts had been reported to Facebook and removed for violating its terms and conditions, Aussie media revealed.
One post on the page told anyone reporting photos to “f*** off” – with another viewer warning “I’ll have you”.
Student Sara Motawi said many students lived in fear of being caught out and ending up on the page.
“It’s pretty humiliating, especially for new students,” she told Grapeshot.
“I’ve seen some friends holding back and shying from certain parties because they wouldn’t want to be exposed in that way.”
A university spokeswoman said staff had been alerted to the page and immediately took action to close it down.
An investigation by the university is also under way, though it’s unclear what further action can now be taken. But the page had been active for three years by that point, with numerous students already exposed to ridicule.