Change your grades and get four months in clink

A 22-year-old student at the University of Utah who hacked his way into the University's computer system has been jailed for four months, after he admitted his guilt in court.

You Li, a Chinese national, admitted that he changed his grades two years ago - however, get this, because he only accessed a backup file, his real grades stayed the same!

Apparently the professor stored his main working files on his laptop, which was offline to the Uni's computer system.

In court, federal prosecutors had asked for Li to get a year in prison but the judge in the case only handed him down four months on the basis that he was remorseful and that his crime was an aberration.

Jeez-oh - they take things pretty seriously in Utah, don't they.

Ah, yes, I remember now - it's Osmond country...