North Carolina high school students pour cement in toilets as a ‘senior prank’

A group of North Carolina students poured cement into a high school toilet and soaked themselves in boiling water as part of a “senior prank.”

Alamance Burlington School System announced on friday An investigation has been launched into the Williams High School stunt that caused thousands of dollars in damage.

Students broke into a Burlington school on Thursday night and poured the mixture into numerous toilets and urinals, the district said.

photo of proof Obtained by WGHP The toilet is now disconnected from the plumbing and has a thick layer of gray cement inside the bowl. There was a tennis ball in a toilet bowl.

In total, the damage amount is over $4000.

The case may be difficult to unravel, but the school district warned that “those responsible could be prosecuted and suspended.”

The school district announced that students “enrolled” in high school on Thursday night.
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The school district said hopes of attending the ceremony could be futile if those arrested are seniors.

ABSS said it was also investigating senior prank cases at all five other high schools.

The school district said students vandalized classrooms, spray-painted graffiti and threw eggs. Maintenance staff were cleaning up the mess on Friday.

“We believe in celebrating milestones responsibly and respectfully without crossing the line or causing harm,” the school district said.

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