'Animal crush' teen faces disciplinary action
One of girls from the video faces disciplinary action while the other has left Edgemead High School.
CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Education Department says a Cape Town pupil implicated in a disturbing sex video will face disciplinary action this week.
The video shows two school girls performing a sex act while killing goldfish.
It surfaced on social media sites several weeks ago.
The footage, entitled 'Squishing Nemo', caused outrage among animal rights groups this month, with some contemplating taking court action against the learners involved.
However a decision has been taken by the Edgemead High School to allow them to continue with their mid-year exams.
The department's Jessica Shelver says one of the girls has since de-registered from the school and will write exams at a separate venue.
But Shelver adds the remaining learner will face disciplinary action this week.
"The school governing body has decided to take disciplinary action against one of the learners. A hearing will be held this week."
It's also been reported several more of the girls' videos can be found online.