This graduating class pulled off an awesome senior prank

Seniors staged a prank at Cumberland High School to make it look like a car went through the building

Four seniors at Cumberland High School set up the elaborate prank Sunday at midnight using one student's junk auto to make it look like a vehicle had crashed through a wall at the school, the Twin Cities Pioneer Press reported.

The result was a very realistic looking crash scene that had police and even their principal singing the students' praises.

Graduation week... Nice work seniors!

They then got dozens of bricks and put them on and around the auto, which had "CHS CLASS 2018" written on the back windshield.

First they but some black tarp up on the side of the building to look like a hole.

"What they did was really creative", Rieper chuckled.

The police department even seemed totally chill about the incident.

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

The students - Konur Pasko, Cody Paul, Adrian Warner and Jacob Woodley - spent the weekend removing the engine, front seats and wiring so they could saw off the front portion of the vehicle.

Graduating seniors at Cumberland often take part in some sort of prank at the Barron County school, Narges said. Seven minutes later, they left the scene.

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