Police Praise High School Seniors For Car Crash Class Prank
The senior class at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin pulled a pretty good prank. It was so good even the local police department had to congratulate them.
The students took the back half of an old car, pushed it against the wall outside of the principal's office, and then scattered a bunch of bricks around it. To further the illusion, they used black paper to create a "hole" in the wall and skid marks behind the car's wheels.
At first glance, it looks like the vehicle crashed through the building. Then you realize that they wrote "CHS Class of 2018" on the back window.
"Hats off to the Cumberland High School Class of 2018 on your senior prank," the local police wrote in a Facebook post. They called the pranks the best one that the school has seen.