A young girl is standing in front of a mirror wearing panties and a short top that just covers her tits. With his right hand pulling she the peak one strap down over her shoulder. With her left she takes a picture in the mirror.
The image is in the Facebook group 'the Ghetto', together with countless images of other young girls, posing. And the pictures - the ones the girls have even posted.
'the Ghetto' is a closed Facebook group with 34.000 members, and to become a member you just need to answer yes to that you have added the administrators of the group on Snapchat.
In the group you can find a number of so-called 'bodytråde', and it is in these threads, the girls put the pictures out.
'Bodytrådene' typically start with a call to put a picture up of his body, followed by a picture of a letpåklædt person.
One of the bodytrådene starts, for example, with the words:
'Post an image of your body. Most dare not, because they are ugly. Them that link, ku' you good'.
And the threads are filled with pictures of young girls in red push-up-bras in front of mirrors or in black panties in their beds.
Some put images up of their kavalergange, other of their steps in the panties.
the members of the Group of roses in several places each other for their bodies, while others write things like: 'Honestly. You should have cocks', 'You sku' skamplules of me' or just: 'end' (hooker, ed.)
'the Ghetto' 19-year-old spokesperson, Michelle Blake Vígdá, confirms that bodytrådene be found in the Facebook group, but:
"In spite of the fact that it is illegal to reshare pictures of people in letpåklædt clothes, then I would think that he himself is to blame, that they are being shared. What people put up in our group is on your own responsibility," she writes to B. T. in a Messenger message.
"It's great that there are some girls who dare to show themselves, but one must also bear in mind that the images may end up in the wrong hands."
Michelle Blake Vígdá adds that she will now consider whether the 'bodytrådene' belongs in the Facebook group.
Politikommisær Flemming Kjærside working with cyberrelaterede sexual offences, and he warns the young girls to share the kind of scantily clad pictures on the web - even if it is a closed group - because of the risk for the reshare:
"When there is 34.000, who has access to the image, so it's hard to control where it goes. It becomes shared inappropriately, you can report it to the police, but it is a big task to investigate which of the 34,000 who have shared the image on," he says.
Flemming Kjærside explains that he has never seen cases in the scale, where people voluntarily walk in and put a undertøjsbillede up to 34,000 persons.
He has therefore a call to the young:
"They should consider that their image can lie in the 34.000 skrivebordsskuffer - it may be on the net forever, for there is not a delete button that can ensure that people take copies or screenshots."Date Of Update: 10 December 2019, 09:00