Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Wisconsin high school seniors praised by police for car-into-office prank

Wisconsin high school seniors praised by police for car-into-office prank

The students - Konur Pasko, Cody Paul, Adrian Warner and Jacob Woodley - spent the weekend removing the engine, front seats and wiring so they could saw off the front portion of the auto. But on closer inspection, it's only a half of a vehicle, likely from a junk yard, sitting next to a black tarp and surrounded by bricks.

The students wrote "CHS class of 2018" and "We're bustin' out!" on the back window of the auto.

"CHS Class of 2018 - We're bustin' out!" was written on the back window of the vehicle.

The seniors at Wisconsin's Cumberland High School are getting props for a well-executed prank that even impressed the local police department.

"We didn't want to attract any attention from the police because we wanted the prank to be as believable as we could make it", he added.

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Teachers discovered after taking a closer look that the "accident" was fake.

A group of high school seniors in Wisconsin are getting praised for their clever senior prank. "Congratulations to all the seniors who are graduating", they wrote.

Principal Ritchie Narges told CNN it was impressive how quickly the students set up the prank.

In a post to its Facebook page acknowledging the prank this week, the Cumberland Police Department included photos of a white, four-door sedan that appears to have crashed into a building at the high school - and right outside the principal's office, no less. Great prank! Sometimes things are just amusing!

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