Georgia's Chattooga High School got a new principal this year, and when the yearbooks arrived this fall, principal Jimmy Lenderman didn't like what he saw. There were several photos in there of boys playing basketball without any shirts on. So school officials spent two months cutting the pages with those photos out of the yearbooks before handing them to the students who had paid $50 for them. Lenderman has refused to explain why the photos got him all hot and bothered. He merely released a statement saying they didn't "reflect an appropriate image of our school or our community."
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