Video of a young girl’s selfie is making the rounds on social media.
The video shows the girls hands covering her mouth as she takes a selfie, only to reveal her phone behind her ear.
The girl is clearly in a state of distress and can be seen trembling and unable to speak, before her camera cuts to the screen and shows a series of shots of her hand.
“I’m going to take your selfie and post it on Facebook,” she says.
“But I’m not going to show you your phone.
I don’t want to get any attention for that,” she continues.
The camera then cuts to another shot of her shaking her head as she looks at her phone.
The clip has now been viewed more than 100,000 times and has been shared almost 10,000 time.
It is a scene which is becoming increasingly common on the internet, with young people sharing their own selfies, videos and selfies of their friends.
In the clip, the girl is seen shaking her face as she speaks.
“This is me in front of my computer, I’m in front, I don- ��t know if I can see you,” she said.
“So I’m just shaking my head, and I’m trying to not get it in my face.”
The clip ends with the girl saying: “I’m not sure if I’m going in front or not.”
The girl’s mother says her daughter was worried about the reaction her video would receive.
“We don’t know if we’ll be able to get her into the school.
If it’s not allowed to go into the schools then we can’t go to the police, she said.”
The mother said the school’s management had told her the school could not take the girl under the current rules, but she would not give up hope.”If I don�t have a phone, I’ll just take my phone and upload it to Facebook,” Ms Hutton said.
Topics:education,education-industry,community-and-society,social-media,community,education,federation-of-state-issues,education—state-of,government-and/or-politics,media,educationaustraliaFirst posted October 21, 2017 08:48:00Contact Sarah RundleMore stories from New South Wales