A senior class in Wisconsin even got a shout-out from the local police department for their epic senior prank.
"What they did was really creative", Rieper chuckled.
"We have this junk auto".
Konur Pasko owned the vehicle that was used, and fellow students Cody Paul, Adrian Warner, and Jacob Woodley helped Pasco take the auto apart and cut the front off to make it look more real realistic, the Pioneer Press reported.
But they had actually used tape and a black tarp to create the illusion of a hole and had loose bricks strewn across the ground for added special effects.
Senior pranks are a rite of passage for many high school students across America.
It took only seven minutes to set the scene up, the paper said.