Wisconsin Police Department Congratulates High School Students on Prank

By Chris Jasurek

When people comment about kids nowadays, show them this; these high school kids displayed creativity, industry, and humor to match any previous generation.

In fact, according to the Cumberland, Wisconsin police department, this was one of the best graduation pranks they have ever seen.

These enterprising students faked an accident scene, making it look like a car had crashed through the wall of the school.

(Cumberland, WI Police Department/Facebook)
(Cumberland, WI Police Department/Facebook)

Nothing was damaged—the students used a junk car and a black tarp to pull off the illusion.

The cut the car in half–and they didn’t just hack it.

The students cut the car to fit over a brick ledge and extend up to the wall of the building.

They trimmed the tarp in the classic Warner Brothers Wile E. Coyote fake tunnel style, and piled loose bricks around the car to look like wreckage.

This prank took some planning and some artistry, and not a small bit of effort. After all, half a car is not something one can carry in a knapsack.

(Cumberland, WI Police Department/Facebook)
(Cumberland, WI Police Department/Facebook)

The police department responded around midnight to an accident report. The responding officer was so amused he shared it with the whole department and then with the world.

“Hats off to the Cumberland High School Class of 2018 on your senior prank,” the police wrote on their Facebook page.

“Congratulation Class of 2018 on one of best senior pranks that Cumberland High School has seen.”

Congressman Sean Duffy of Wisconsin’s 7th District saw the post on Facebook and shared it as well.



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