In the midst of graduation season, high school seniors all over America are scheming for the grand execution of their senior prank.
Well, they might as well quit now because the “Best Senior Prank” award has already been given to the students at Cumberland High School by their local police department in Wisconsin.
Law enforcement and school officials alike were filled with admiration when their senior class set up a stunningly convincing car wreck near their principal’s office.
Though it looks like the car had busted clean through the brick wall of the school, it was actually half of a car that had been picked up from a junkyard. The students then taped a black tarp to the building so that it looked like a gaping hole in the wall. For the finishing touches, the pranksters scattered bricks across the scene of the “crash” and scribbled slogans such as “CHS Class of 2018: We’re Bustin’ Out” across the windows.
Police officers were so impressed by the prank, they posted photos of the setup on their Facebook page, saying that it was “one of best senior pranks that Cumberland High School has seen.”
The car even garnered compliments from the school district.
“Nice work, seniors! You had everyone a little nervous this morning!” says the district’s Facebook page. “The best part? This prank included absolutely no damage at all to school property, which is why police singled it out.”
Not only that, but when the seniors posed with their masterpiece, they made sure to use it as a visual example of the dangers of teen drinking.