Cumberland seniors pretend to drive auto into principal's office

Pauline Gross
May 16, 2018

"This prank included absolutely no damage at all to school property". One person after another, many laughing, visited the school to take photos of the auto, principal Ritchie Narges said.

As high school senior pranks go, this one may be one of the best.

Cumberland police posted pictures to Facebook, saying "hats off to Cumberland High School Class of 2018" and congratulating them on their upcoming graduation.

Credit: Cumberland, Wisconsin Police Department. They created the illusion that a auto had crashed into their school, TMJ4 reports - and the school staff wasn't even mad.

Precisely at midnight, they arrived at the school, quickly attached the vehicle to a stone bench against a wall, stretched black tape and plastic, and scattered bricks. You had everyone a little nervous this morning!, Inc. (AMZN) Announces New Go Store Locations
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Congratulations Class of 2018 on one of best senior pranks that Cumberland High School has seen.

It turned out to be an elaborate prank staged by the graduating seniors.

It's part of the whole high school gig.

WTMJ shows another photo of the students holding a "Parents who host lose the most" banner, which is part of a campaign to end underage drinking. So the class of 2019 has big shoes to fill next year.

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