'Hats Off': Senior Prank Earns High Praise From Police

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

Graduating students at a high school in the U.S. state of Wisconsin have pulled off a prank so sophisticated that even the police were impressed.

Upon closer inspection, it appeared as though the wall wasn't broken but the vehicle was just position to the wall, which was covered in black tarp, and made to look that way.

Not everyone loves a good senior prank, but apparently a high school in Wisconsin does. "Now what are we going to do with it?"

Pusko said he wanted to promote senior pranks, because they can be a great laugh when they are done right without causing any harm.

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. However, the front portion of 90s Grand Am is actually missing. Then scattered some bricks about and in the photo they look like they could have come from the building. Seven minutes later, they left the scene.

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"We didn't want to attract any attention from the police because we wanted the prank to be as believable as we could make it", he added.

"It looked very, very real", Principal Ritchie Narges told WTMJ-TV.

Konur Pasko said he and his three classmates took steps to ensure they didn't damage school grounds with their auto crash display. "We had people driving up here all day taking pictures".

"Graduation week. Nice work seniors!"

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

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