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.
Consider that challenge not only accepted, but also perfected, by a senior class in Cumberland, Wis., a small town about 70 miles northeast of Minneapolis. They then placed half of an old auto against the hole and scattered bricks underneath.
The police department calls it "one of the best senior pranks that Cumberland High School has seen", according to a May 14 Facebook post by the Cumberland School District, which added, "You had everyone a little nervous this morning!" "It wasn't actually a hole, though".
The students created the illusion using a black tarp and some tape.
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"Hats off to Cumberland PD for having a sense of humor!" "We had people driving up here all day taking pictures".
The West ISD issued a statement Monday aimed at debunking rumors that a student was seriously injured during a senior prank.
"As always, the safety and security of our students is our number one priority", said Truitt. "Way to go Cumberland P.D. for being supportive!" another commenter echoed.