Teens Weld Car Around Flagpole For Senior Prank

May 1, 2009

Colorado (ChattahBox) – Two students have made High School history after they managed to weld a Eagle hatchback around a flagpole, without causing any damage to school property, for a senior prank.

Jesse Poe and Alex Almy of Fruita Monument High crept out in the middle of the night, took the shell of the car to their school, and slowly welding the pieces around the pole in what has to be one of the most carefully thought out and orchestrated senior pranks ever.

“We thought a lot about if people would think we were disrespecting the flag,” Poe told the GJ Sentinel.

“I’d feel really bad if a veteran or someone took it that way. That’s why I wrote ‘God Bless America’ on the side of it.”

The boys made sure to tell their parents what they planned on doing, and were told that they would have to be prepared to take the consequences. However, it looks as though they will get a pass on this one.

“We traditionally have a senior prank. This one entailed a lot of planning and execution. It shows a lot of Wildcat pride,” Jody Mimmack, the school’s principal, said.

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4 Responses to “Teens Weld Car Around Flagpole For Senior Prank”

  1. hall monitor on May 2nd, 2009 2:43 pm

    These guys made http://detentionslip.org ! Check it out for all the wild headlines from our schools.

  2. Dewey on May 5th, 2009 11:58 am

    that’s not even the right car in the picture you idiots!

  3. Dewey on May 5th, 2009 12:05 pm
  4. Omicron on August 1st, 2009 1:23 am

    It’s PRINCIPAL, not “principle, you English major!

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