A group of high school seniors released 72,000 ladybugs as their senior prank
For such a little bug, who knew they could cause such havoc.
Last Wednesday morning, five students forced their way into Chopticon High School in Morganza, Maryland and released 72,000 ladybugs as part of their senior prank.
The five individuals were dressed wearing masks and hoodies and released the ladybugs throughout the school as two others waited in a car nearby.
aaah Senior pranks. They used to be fun, now you get charges brought against you. http://t.co/UPMBAN1yE6— sarah (@mamaswati) May 26, 2015
According to investigators, there were four male juveniles and three men that were identified as suspects. The four juveniles were charged with burglary, property destruction and disruption of school activities and later released to their parents. Deputies say the three men will be charged by criminal summons.
If this is a lesson to any seniors in high school, don't pull a senior prank that involves 72,000 bugs. That is never a good idea.
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