Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Wisconsin police department congratulates high school students on prank: 'Hats off'

Wisconsin police department congratulates high school students on prank: 'Hats off'

Cumberland police posted pictures to Facebook, saying "hats off to Cumberland High School Class of 2018" and congratulating them on their upcoming graduation.

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

Authorities in Wisconsin have commended a high school prank which involved a supposed vehicle accident.

The school district notes, the prank did not damage school property in any way.

They used tape and a tarp to make the black hole in an outside wall of the school near the principal's office.

Konur Pasko, one of the students involved in pulling off the prank, said the idea grew from an evening talk with his dad, Jon Pasko, the technology education teacher in Cumberland schools. Photos that the school and police department shared are jarring at first - but the accident is completely fake.


In the comments section, a few people praised the police for their take on the situation.

"This is one of the more creative ones we've had, that's for sure", Narges said.

The West ISD issued a statement Monday aimed at debunking rumors that a student was seriously injured during a senior prank.

A different person thanked the department "for supporting our CHS Seniors in their prank!"

"This is will be hard to beat [sic]", authorities replied.

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