When the local police congratulate the entire class on their senior prank, you know they pulled off something great.
The Cumberland High School class of 2018 in Wisconsin received props from the local police on Facebook on Monday after successfully pulling off an original and labor-intensive senior prank.
Image: Cumberland Police Department
The cops also probably appreciated the fact that the students didn't deface any school property or release wild animals into the halls for the stunt.
Using some tape, a black tarp, bricks, and an old car, the class created somewhat of an optical illusion, making it appear as if a car drove through the side of the school, just outside the principal's office, according to local news outlets.
On the car's back window the seniors wrote "CHS Class of 2018," you know, so they got full credit.
Image: cumberland police department
"It looked very, very real. But then I thought, 'This has gotta be a prank,'" Principal Ritchie Narges told TMJ4. "If this is the worst thing our kids are going to do, we've got some pretty darn good kids."
Narges also said the prank gave the staff a good smile.