It may suprise you but the answer is a big Yes.
To Snapchat's credit, if a receiver takes a screenshot of the photo, the sender is notified, but that may not be enough to prevent the photo from being shared later with others.
Fox 4 obtained the report for the incident, pictured above, which detailed what happened in the school bathroom after school hours Another student, Alex Bailey, added: '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.
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Just a thorough investigation needs to be done.
In addition, if a receiver knows that a message is coming, they could take a photo of the screen with another phone or digital camera and the sender would never know that their supposedly evaporating photo would be alive and well on someone else's device.