Police praise Wisconsin high school for senior prank

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Photo courtesy of Cumberland School District

Good luck topping this senior prank, class of 2019. 

Graduating seniors at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin made school officials nervous Monday morning when they positioned an old car to look as though it had crashed into the side of the school.

The police department called it “one of the best senior pranks that Cumberland High School has seen.”

Using a black tarp, loose bricks and part of an old car, the students created the illusion of a gaping hole in the wall next to the principal’s office. The rear window of the car read, “Class of 2018—we’re bustin' out!”

The school district also praised the prank, particularly because it did no damage to school property.