CNN — A teacher's assistant at the University of Iowa got a lot of unwanted attention after accidentally sending nude pictures of herself to her students.
It didn't take long for the news of the "oops!" e-mail to make its way across campus in Iowa City.
The teaching assistant's message is innocent enough, a note about a math problem sent to her business class students. '
But, it also contained what appear to be "cybersex" photos of her and a nude man, and like wildfire, it instantly spread on the internet.
Dr. Patricia Tice is an business etiquette consultant from Adel.
"We live in a very busy, rush rush, hurry world," said Dr. Trice.
Which is why her advice for anyone sending e-mail is so important.
"My cardinal rule to my business clients is always take a second look before you hit send, always take a second look," added Trice.
It seems like common sense, but then some students wonder if the University of Iowa should teach a course in common sense.
The university has pulled this assistant from her class and a university spokesperson says she is still a teaching assistant, but is performing non-teaching duties.