Creative senior prank earns accolades from Wisconsin police

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"Students positioned an old junker strewn with loose bricks in front of what appeared to be a gaping black hole in the building's side, just outside the principal's office", the Cumberland School District said.

Four high school seniors hauled half a auto to the school, taped black plastic to the brick wall and made it look as though the vehicle had crashed through the school near the principal's office. The seniors then added the junk auto and loose bricks to create the illusion.

The class pulled a "senior prank" by putting the back half of a auto up against the exterior of the building, right outside of the principal's office.

First they but some black tarp up on the side of the building to look like a hole.

The principal and police chief added they "want everyone to have a safe and enjoyable" graduation week.

You know a senior prank was good when even the local police department gives a special a shoutout for it.

As Monday progressed, the exhibit attracted attention.

"It was the talk of the town", Narges said.

A Cumberland, Wisconsin, senior prank was so well done even the police are laughing. "We had people driving up here all day taking pictures".

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