Bahaha. This is the senior prank at the local high school. That’s awesome! pic.twitter.com/bGw8rt3cvJ— Mike Jones (@dieselmikej) May 14, 2018
Say what you will about teens nowadays, but some of them sure know how to pull a creative prank.
Seniors at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin knew it was time to say goodbye, so they did so in style.
Picking up a car from a junk yard, the group of seniors appear to have sawed it in half, placed it against a black tarp taped to the wall right outside the principal's office, and surrounded the vehicle with bricks.
The windows of the car read: “C-ya May 19, 2018!" and "CHS Class of 2018 We're Bustin Out."
Needless to say, the piece they put together really looks like the scene of an accident. Thankfully, it was just a prank.
The Cumberland School District shared the photos of the prank on Facebook and congratulated the teens on the creative efforts behind this rendition.
On social media, the images of the prank went viral.
Senior Prank #WIN— WISN 12 NEWS (@WISN12News) May 15, 2018
Take a look at the prank seniors at Cumberland High School in Northwestern Wisconsin pulled off.
The police department posted photos, congratulating the students on "One of the best senior pranks." pic.twitter.com/lktTRTVaTd
Congrats Cumberland for having an actually original Senior Prank https://t.co/kekfsICkhp— Kyle Paulson (@kylerp5150) May 15, 2018
This senior class prank is straight $$$ https://t.co/jfcLJd73TB— Jayson Slade (@JSladeShow) May 15, 2018
Props to my northwoods WI people. The city one over to the west. Cumberland pulling off this senior prank with a tarp, a car sawed in half with bricks and tire marks. Brilliant! pic.twitter.com/rh40KsaZTk— Lance Allan (@lanceallan) May 15, 2018
That is awesome! Great prank, and nothing was actually damaged.— Kirsten (@kayceemac7) May 16, 2018
Typical Texas driver which makes it even more fantastic.— Darren Alexander (@DarrenAlexand17) May 15, 2018
Some commentators even praised the teens for taking part in unique and eye-catching pranks that do not involve hurting anyone.
For once, this is the type of “mischievous” behavior we like to see coming from American students.
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