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FORT MYERS, Fla. – Students and parents are in shock after a group of teenagers had sex in a high school bathroom in Fort Myers, Florida, and then posted a video of the act on social media.

A teenage girl had sex with as many as two dozen boys after school Tuesday afternoon at South Fort Myers High School, according to a Lee County Sheriff's Office incident report.

Deputies said 25 males were spotted via a hallway camera entering the restroom while the female was inside, the News-Press reported.

"A bunch of football players went into a room with a girl and had sex with her, and a bunch of the football players were suspended," student Alex Bailey told WBBH. "So we might not have a football team this year."

"The fact that that could've happened is just crazy in my mind," another student said.

Parent Megan Roldan said the incident proves some parents need to be more aware of what their children are getting up to when school ends.

"And apparently, obviously the parents need to be talking to their kids more,” Roldan told WINK. “And being aware of what their children are doing after school."

Even though the incident happened after hours, some students are wondering where the administration was when all of this was going on.

"I just don't see how that could've happened because there is so much security in there,” student Erin Bollinger said. “Like the teachers are really on top of all of that."

Students said the entire thing was filmed and then posted on social media.

"There's girls that saw the video once and it hurt, it is just so disturbing to them," student Casey Winn said.

Some parents question how this could have happened at the school.

"Well, they should be walking around the halls and things like that and know where the kids are,” Roldan said.

But others said they trust the school district to handle the situation

"I trust them to take care of it,” one woman said. “I really do think that that is their job and they will take care of it."

The sheriff's office said the girl's mother is not planning to press charges.

A school district official said the students involved have been disciplined.