Handcuffs probably weren't part of the senior-prank plan for these students. Early Thursday morning, 62 teenagers in Teaneck, NJ, were arrested after they broke into their high school and vandalized the classrooms. When police arrived after a burglar alarm went off around 2 a.m., they found graffiti on the walls, doorknobs covered in Vaseline, hot dogs taped to lockers, desks and chairs dragged into the hallway, plus urine across the floors. Several surrounding police departments were called to help round up the students and search the high school, and local police said that although a few may have gotten away, the majority of the students who participated were arrested. Since then, one senior has spoken out and said, "It's not as bad as everybody's making it seem right now. They cleaned it up in two hours." Watch the full news report above.
Source: Twitter user Brynn4NY