The Senior Class of 2018 at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin created an optical illusion prank so good that even the local police department gave them some props! The prank was labor-intensive and very original. What was it? The appearance that a car drove through the side of the school’s building near the principal’s office!
Using tape, black tarp, an old car, and some bricks, the students created an optical illusion so good that it looked real. Principal of the school, Ritchie Narges, said “It looked very, very, real. But then I thought, ‘This has gotta be a prank.’” On Facebook, the local police congratulated the class.
No school property was defaced in the prank, and the students made sure they received credit for the event by writing on the back of the car window, “ CHS Class of 2018.” Wow! Good stuff!
Photo courtesy Cumberland Police Department