High School Prank Applauded By Police

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The senior class at Cumberland High School left its mark, and a bit of a scare for its principal.

The Cumberland High School class of 2018 in Wisconsin received props from the local police on Facebook on Monday after successfully pulling off an original and labor-intensive senior prank.

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

The back of the vehicle said "CHS Class of 2018".

The cops also probably appreciated the fact that the students didn't deface any school property or release wild animals into the halls for the stunt. "Congratulations to all the seniors who are graduating".

When the Cumberland Police Department received a phone call Monday morning, it sounded like a serious situation.

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It's part of the whole high school gig.

They are calling it the best senior prank they've ever seen.

On closer inspection, teachers noticed it was only a half of a auto, likely from a junk yard, placed in front of a black tarp that looked like a giant hole in the wall.

Graduating seniors at Cumberland often take part in some sort of prank at the Barron County school, Narges said.

Not only was the prank well executed, but it spread an important message for teens and their parents.

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