A senior prank caught the attention of police in Southold, New York, this week after five Southold High School students were accused of dumping a boat at the entrance of the school, according to an article in the Suffolk Times.
The 18’ Columbia boat was found on the first day of school last Monday (September 9, 2013), spray painted with the words “Seniors 2014,” the report said. The pranksters also painted the words “S.S. Galati” on the boat, naming it after the school’s principal, William Galati, police said.
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