With graduation season here, high school seniors across the country have begun the time-honored tradition trying to pull an epic prank before leaving.
Cumberland Police posted photos of the creation, which featured an old Pontiac and a lot of bricks in front of a black tarp taped to a wall and meant to look like a huge hole. Then scattered some bricks about and in the photo they look like they could have come from the building.
On the car's back window the seniors wrote "CHS Class of 2018", you know, so they got full credit.
As Monday progressed, the exhibit attracted attention.
Soros-backed foundation leaving Hungary
Rights groups in Hungary and overseas have denounced the proposals as a way of cracking down on groups critical of the government. The Open Society Foundations have a long legacy in Hungary, where Soros was born and where he began his philanthropy in Europe.
"Both students were examined by the school nurse, discussed the incident with the campus principal and returned to class", he said.
"As always, the safety and security of our students is our number one priority", said Truitt.
Konur Pasko said he and his three classmates took steps to ensure they didn't damage school grounds with their vehicle crash display.
"If this is the worst thing our kids are going to do, then we're really lucky", he said.
Narges also said the prank gave the staff a good smile.
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