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Nude pictures of 5 Seconds of Summer bassist leak online

Nude pictures of 5 Seconds of Summer bassist leak online

Calum Hood, of 5 Seconds of Summer, peforms with his band on the 'Today' show as part of the 2014 Summer Concert Series. Photo: WENN/Dan Jackman

Nude photos of 5 Seconds of Summer bassist Calum Hood have leaked online.

The 18-year-old Australian reportedly took a risqué video of himself on his cell phone and sent it to a mystery contact via messaging service Snapchat. The recipient recorded images from the footage and uploaded them onto the Internet.

Hood cannot be identified in the pictures because his head is not featured, but he decided to come clean and joke about the incident on Twitter.com on Thursday, writing, “Least ya know what it looks like now (sic)… I’m still just a teenage kid learning from mistakes.”

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