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Wisconsin students pull off incredible senior prank that makes it look like a car crashed into their principal's office

Cumberland, WI Senior Prank Is So Clever Even Cops Are Amused

You know a senior prank was good when even the local police department gives a special a shoutout for it.

Cumberland High School gave a shout-out to its seniors who managed to make everyone think a auto had crashed into the principal's office.

Police went on to say that it's one of the best senior pranks the school has ever seen.

They affixed black plastic to the wall around the vehicle so it seemed as if it had crashed through the brick structure.

Principal Ritchie Narges said the scene soon became a major attraction with school attendees and members of the public showing up to take pictures, the newspaper said.

No damage was done to the school, whose principal said the prank was in the spirit of fun.

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Precisely at midnight, they arrived at the school, quickly attached the auto to a stone bench against a wall, stretched black tape and plastic, and scattered bricks. You had everyone a little nervous this morning!

A Cumberland, Wisconsin, senior prank was so well done even the police are laughing.

"Congratulations to all the seniors who are graduating", the police said in their Facebook post.

It's part of the whole high school gig.

The students also posed with their work, holding a sign with a message about the dangers of underage drinking.

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