High school student, 15, is caught on Snapchat having sex with 25 boys in campus restroom A 15-year-old high school girl has allegedly been caught on camera having sex with multiple boys in a girls' bathroom on campus. At least one student has been disciplined for 'inappropriate activity' after police reports suggested 25 boys were seen going in and out of the bathroom at South Fort Myers High School in Fort Myers, Florida. The girl reportedly told the school's principal she 'had sex with a number of the boys', while fellow students claimed the group 'locked themselves' in and filmed the acts on camera. +2 At least one student has been disciplined for 'inappropriate activity' after claims a girl had sex with multiple boys in a girls' bathroom at South Fort Myers High School (pictured) in Fort Myers, Florida Deputies have confiscated a cellphone amid unconfirmed reports of the recording. Police reports stated one girl was inside the bathroom and 25 boys were seen going in and out of the bathroom, according to NBC-2 News. The incident was sent round school on Snapchat, according to Fox4now. '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,' said Alex Bailey, a student. A spokesperson for the Lee County School District said a student - or students - were disciplined in line with the student code of conduct, after 'inappropriate activity' occurred in a girls' bathroom on campus on Tuesday. It happened out of school hours on Wednesday morning. A young woman picking up her friend after school said even she had heard of the situation, claiming the students had 'locked themselves in the bathroom'. +2 Police reports suggested at least 25 boys were seen going in and out of the bathroom, and the girl later told the principal she had sex with a 'number of them'. Students at the school (pictured) claimed the acts were filmed on camera Lisa Purnell said: 'I've just heard that they were all filming it and I just think it's really wrong. That shouldn't have happened. They locked themselves into the bathroom.' Kevin Ware, a parent, urged that a 'thorough investigation' needed to be carried out. He said: 'We need to know what was going on during school. Why were the kids out – were they supposed to be in class? 'Where were the teachers? Just a thorough investigation needs to be done. It's terrible. I feel for the little girl, I feel for her parents. It's just sad.'