Myrtle Beach man views porn in school library, pleasures himself, police say

June 27, 2012
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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — A Myrtle Beach man was charged after he admitted to police he watched porn on a school computer and pleasured himself at the same time, police said.

The incident happened on Tuesday afternoon at Horry Georgetown Technical Collegeon Pampas Drive, according to a police report from Coastal Carolina University.

Nathaniel Peter Phillips, 23, admitted to police what he did just before 2 pm after a witness said she “overheard heavy breathing and sensual moans from where Phillips was sitting,” the police report said.

Police arrived on the scene just as Phillips, who is not a student at the school, was exiting a bathroom. When the police encountered him, the officer read Phillips his Miranda rights, but he waived them, police said.

“Phillips stated that he was watching pornography on the school computer and masturbating inside the library,” the police report said. Phillips lives on Ash Street, about a block from the school campus.


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