These students staged a brilliant car crash prank protest

By on Thursday, May 17, 2018

Four American students staged an elaborate car crash prank to protest underage drinking.

The seniors at Cumberland High School had snuck onto campus in the dead of night with half of a scrap Pontiac Grand Am.

According to Vice “They hoisted it onto a bench outside the principal’s office, covered the wall in black plastic, and scattered bricks around the car. With their handiwork complete, they jetted before anyone could catch them, and waited for someone to discover their masterpiece the next morning.”

“It was the talk of the town,” Cumberland’s principal, Ritchie Narges, told the Leader-Telegram. “If this is the worst thing our kids are going to do, then we’re really lucky.”

Local Police Chief Rick Rieper said; “What they did was really creative.”

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