Sale school cheap: a teenager came up with a fun prank

Продается школа, недорого: подросток придумал забавный розыгрыш

The joke failed.

High school student Quilan Scheele from the city of independence put the building up of its educational institutions for sale, reports the with reference to

In the description on the Craigslist Craigslist 18-year-old pointed out that the sale “a huge 20-room facility,” assessing it in 12275 dollars, reports TJournal.

“Other people are going to release live mice or, you know, to do like the beach in the lobby. And I thought that it is possible to do something more casual. So I just decided to put school on sale,” said Scheele.

In addition, Scheele listed a number of features that could attract a potential buyer to choose this option:

“Recently I made a football field”;”Recently added four modern class”;”Convenient location next to Walmart”;”Huge Park, great for the party”;”Large dining room”;”the Reason for sale — loss of students”;”the School is named in honor of U.S. President Harry S. Truman”;

Soon the school found the author of the comic ads. In addition, Scheele’s words about the “loss of students” interested in police, seeing this as a “perceived threat” for students. The teenager admitted that he wrote it because he and the other pupils of the senior classes this year to finish.

But the conflict has not ended. Scheele said that the school administration has suspended his training for the remainder of the school year and allowed him to go to prom.

“Because of the increased care the school administration and the police spent investigating and determined that the threat in this case was not. But the student who creates such a situation, regardless of whether it’s believable or not, must face the punishment. Because of the problem of school violence in the U.S. the remainder of the school year we have to employ additional police officers,” – said in the administration of the school.

The student does not understand, as you can see in the Declaration a threat to the lives of students.

The mother of a teenager Denetra Clark (Denetra Clark) tries to find the bright side of the solution to the current problem.

“He gets his diploma, no matter what. But perhaps the party starts early,” she said.

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