Students at Mount Zion High School in Clayton County, Ga., were served more than lunch in their cafeteria after several students told parents that pornography was just outright playing on a TV monitor.

Parents are disturbed and angry after photos and videos were taken showing pornography playing on a school’s television during students’ lunch time on Wednesday, WSB-TV first reported. Parent Daphne Raines said she was sent a shocking photo of porn on a TV monitor by her 10th grade daughter, prompting her to immediately pick her up from school that day.

"She was like, 'Momma, look what was playing when we was eating. Came on the TV,'" Raines said. "And I just happened to look at it. And I had to just open it up and look at it real good. And I'm like, 'Oh my God.'"


Raines tells WSB-TV that she can’t even describe the images in the picture her daughter sent her, but the person responsible for the X-rated movie playing should be investigated by school administrators.

"It was ridiculous," she told WSB-TV. "This is horrible because somebody had to have control of that situation."

“Out badddd,” reads the caption on the Snapchat screenshot.

Several Snapchat screenshots and videos surfaced on social media as students can be seen eating lunch and gawking at the porn playing on the TV monitor above them. The school has responded to local reporters, saying that a student is responsible for the airing of porn on the cafeteria TV monitor. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Clayton County School officials are claiming a student gained accessed to broadcast equipment and managed to play the porn.

“That’s something that should only be seen behind closed doors, no child should see that,” Raines added.

School officials added that the student will be disciplined and the incident is still under investigation.