Sydney, Aug 1 (ANI): An Australian man, who created a Facebook page to rate the sexual performance of people in the city of Bendigo, has been given a suspended jail term.
Josh Turner, 25, pleaded guilty before a Bendigo Magistrates Court to charges of using a 'carriage service to offend and using an online information service to publish objectionable material.'
He was also banned from using social networking site for two years, The Age reports.
Prosecutor Senior Constable Mark Herman told the court that Turner set up the Benders root rate page on Facebook in June last year.
He has invited people to join the group and make comments rating their past sexual partners, the report quoted Herman, as saying.
He posted them on the wall of the root rate feed. The page was not blocked and anyone could view it, he added.
Herman said a woman complained to the police on June 2 about being named and sexually degraded on the site.
He said the woman was one of hundreds of people, some as young as 13 and 14, who had sexually explicit things written about them on the site.
Herman said Turner was arrested on September 18 and made full admissions to helping create and administer the site. (ANI)