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Pupils trick teacher into showing Fifty Shades of Grey

By Claire McNeilly

Northern Ireland actor Jamie Dornan was back in the classroom recently, after pupils in the USA tricked their teacher into showing the erotic movie Fifty Shades of Grey.

Pupils at a West Virginia high school convinced their unsuspecting teacher to let them put the film on as an in-class reward during one of their lessons.

Unfortunately for the girls, however, it was turned off after just 10 minutes when another teacher spotted it was on.

Hampshire High School principal Jeff Woofter said the teacher was unaware of the content of the smash hit movie, released on Valentine's Day this year.

"I will say it was an extreme lack of judgment from an otherwise very capable teacher," he told The Charleston Daily Mail.

Jamie's schedule has been jam-packed of late, thanks to his role in TV series The Fall and his turn as Christian Grey in the Fifty Shades movie adaptation.

He's also been shooting his latest flick Jadotville in South Africa.

Fifty Shades of Grey received mixed reviews when it came out in February, but sequels are on the cards.

They will also be based on the books by EL James, although director Sam Taylor-Wood has confirmed she won't be returning, thought to be because she found it difficult to work with the author.

It is believed that the sequel, Fifty Shades Darker, will be released in February 2017 while the final instalment, Fifty Shades Freed, is scheduled to come out a year later.

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