Homecoming prank at RBHS gets out of control, school spray painted
RIVERSIDE – A senior student tradition of covering Riverside Brookfield High School with toilet paper and shaving cream for Homecoming got out of control Tuesday evening.
According to Riverside police, about 80 to 100 students were at the high school when police arrived to investigate a noise complaint at 12:41 a.m. on Wednesday. Police said a group of teens fled when police arrived, but the majority of students were simply throwing toilet papers, which is expected each year, as an annual event called the senior prank.
But in addition to the traditional prank activities, police found the school building had been spray painted and the locks on several doors had been filled with expandable foam.
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