Students Release 72,000 Ladybugs in School as Senior Prank

A group of students at Chopticon High School in Maryland snuck into the school overnight and released the bugs in the hallways.
0:50 | 05/26/15

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High school seniors in Maryland left their mark in a memorable way by releasing 72000. Lee bugs at their school. About 75 seniors chipped in to order the bugs on Amazon for a hundred dollars. But on May twenty at the bugs were released by five masked suspects who broke into the school at 348 yen. While two others waited in a car. For the pranksters argument on an have been charged with burglary property destruction and destruction of school activities. As the other three they only charged by criminal summons. Although prank didn't get a lot of black school officials did not find it funny and banned one of the seniors from tomorrow's graduation ceremony. As you can see here fellow students protested that decision this morning before their graduation practice. As for the bugs local janitors armed with back teams on their backs came to help clean up and that.

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