Police praise Wisconsin high school for senior prank

Police praise Wisconsin high school for senior prank

Police praise Wisconsin high school for senior prank

You might have heard of students creating water slides in their hallways or bringing mariachi bands to school for their senior pranks, but a group of high school seniors in Cumberland, Wisconsin just outdid them all.

On closer inspection, teachers noticed it was only a half of a auto, likely from a junk yard, placed in front of a black tarp that looked like a giant hole in the wall.

In a post on its Facebook page, the Cumberland Police Department wrote, "Hats off to the Cumberland High School Class of 2018 on your senior prank". However, the front portion of 90s Grand Am is actually missing.

- Good luck topping this senior prank, class of 2019.

"We didn't want to be there long because we didn't want to attract attention", Pasko said, the Pioneer Press reported. "But then I thought, 'This has gotta be a prank, '" Principal Ritchie Narges told TMJ4.

However, Pasko said this latest effort has certainly drawn reaction around town. "We had people driving up here all day taking pictures".

They then got dozens of bricks and put them on and around the vehicle, which had "CHS CLASS 2018" written on the back windshield.

Pasko said the idea took about 30 hours of preparation over the weekend.

"If this is the worst thing our kids are going to do, then we're really lucky", he said.

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