With school ending, it’s that time of year again when we start hearing about over-the-top senior pranks.
Here are two that made headlines over the weekend. The first one’s pretty innocent, but the second one’s not!
Some kids in Fort Meade, Maryland near Baltimore listed their high school on Zillow for $42,069.
They described it as a 12,458-square-foot “half-working JAIL” with 20 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms. Quote, “All 15 bathrooms come with sewage issues, [and] there is a nice spacious kitchen and dining room, with a private basketball court.”
The school played along. They joked that the property’s value was “vastly underestimated,” and that it “wouldn’t be on the market long.” Zillow eventually pulled the listing down.
Now this second prank is much less innocent and actually caused damage.
The school in this next one isn’t playing along though. Some kids in Burlington, North Carolina got into their school at night last week . . . and filled the toilets and urinals with CEMENT.
Students pour cement into toilets in 'senior prank' at Williams High School in Burlington, school district says https://t.co/qWrH8UbMsv— FOX8 WGHP (@myfox8) May 26, 2023
The school says the prank caused at least $4,000 in damage. The kids behind it could end up facing criminal charges.