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Our senior year in high school we did some pretty dastardly pranks — but nothing comparable to what kiddies at the Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK High School on Long Island pulled off. They managed to get the shell of a car, sans tires and engine and painted pink with green question marks, on the rooftop of their school during "senior prank" week. The question on the minds of the ol' fogey school administrators was how the heck did they get the ol' busted car on the roof. The answer... friends, would be obvious to any viewer of the MTV show, "High School Stories: Scandals, Pranks & Controversies." — ramps. A series of ramps and some good old fashioned heavy lifting and dragging are how the kids got the Honda Accord shell on to the roof. That's brilliant. We salute you — you teenage hoons of genius!

Students used ramps to get car on roof [Newsday]

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