Cumberland seniors pretend to drive auto into principal's office

Frederick Owens
May 16, 2018

Four high school seniors hauled half a vehicle to the school, taped black plastic to the brick wall and made it look as though the auto had crashed through the school near the principal's office.

The Cumberland Police Department even posted pictures on Facebook, writing "hats off to Cumberland High School Class of 2018" and congratulating them on "one of the best senior pranks that Cumberland High School has seen" with congratulations on their graduation.

The students cut a white sedan in half and placed it up against the building.

Even the school district recognizes the clever work done by the students.

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"It looked very, very real", Principal Ritchie Narges told WTMJ-TV.

Credit: Cumberland, Wisconsin Police Department.

They affixed black plastic to the wall around the auto so it seemed as if it had crashed through the brick structure. You had everyone a little nervous this morning! "This prank included absolutely no damage at all to school property".

A closeup of the Cumberland High School class of 2018's senior prank. "Parents who host lose the most", the banner reads, referring to parents who allow underage kids to drink. So the class of 2019 has big shoes to fill next year.

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