BEACON TRANSCRIPT – Cumberland’s Police Department was taken aback by an ingenious senior prank which involved a fake car crash. The photos were uploaded to the police department’s social media account. No cars or walls were harmed during the prank.
Seniors Prank Pulled Off Using Tarp and Black Tape
Cumberland’s PD recent social media post comes to prove that law enforcement officers do have a sense of humor.
As the story goes, Cumberland’s High School class of 2018 wanted to pull off a prank to be remembered.
And so, with the help of the institution’s arts and crafts department, and, the local police station, they’ve managed to recreate a car accident.
According to the Cumberland School District, the illusion was so complete that everyone’s first instinct was to call the police and report the crash.
If you’re curious about how the high school seniors, here are the details. First, they went to the local junkyard and found themselves an old chassis.
After that, using black tarp and tape, they’ve rigged the wall to make it look like that the vehicle went through. To make the crash even more convincing, they even strewn the car with bricks.
Needless to say, everyone was impressed by their ingenious way of letting everyone know that school’s finally over.
Even the local police officers were impressed. After posting the pictures on their social media account, various users congratulated them on having a sense of humor.
The post also mentioned something about having good, clean fun.
After school, police officers helped the students clear the crash site and, again, congratulating them on what is considered to be one of the most ingenious senior pranks.
People also gave hats off to the local PD for actually sharing stories that are not related to murders, abductions or mass shootings.