If you thought the "stick a fork in 'em" prank pulled by Zion-Benton High School seniors was bad (or good if you have a sense of humor), listen to what our Sunbelt correspondent has sent The Hound. Seems some kids in Florida did a oneupmanship on the Zee-Bees.
Students (presumably seniors) at Cypress Creek High School northeast of Orlando in Orange County, pulled a prank which has even The Hound wondering how they pulled it off. Unlike flush Illinois, or at least Zion-Benton High School, schools in the Sunshine State have portable classrooms. Apparently it's overcrowding in schools in the nation's fourth-largest state.
Whatever the reason, students at this high school took all the chairs and tables from about 20 portable classrooms and placed them neatly on the buildings' roofs. Kind of makes the Zee-Bees look like pikers. Especially considering the Florida kids weren't caught and nobody has a clue how they did it.
There are some sleuths who say the students used folded papers from class assignments to keep the windows to the portable classrooms (let's face it, those are trailers) open so later under cover of darkness they could attain their mission. Of course, the fingerpointing has begun down South on where was security.
Oh, and school officials say if they catch the culprits, they're booted and won't graduate. We've heard that before, haven't we? If you want to see footage, check out one of the Orlando TV stations, or Google Cypress Creek, The Hound's correspondent says.