California high school prank claims seniors will have a & # 39; mandatory penis inspection & # 39; need to graduate

High school students lead classmates to think they have a & # 39; mandatory penis inspection & # 39; by forging an official letter

  • Prank was at the North Monterey County High School in Castroville, California
  • Sly deceiver used the official letterhead and signature of the false superintendent
  • The person behind the letter who says it was a graduation trip was not caught

A group of high school students cheated on their classmates that all seniors had a & # 39; mandatory penis inspection & # 39; by forging an official district letter.

The extended joke, at North Monterey County High School in Castroville, California, saw a letter circulate claiming that the exam was a graduation requirement.

It was formatted in exactly the same way as other notifications, complete with the letterhead, and even had a copy of the superintendent's signature, WTOC11 reports.

Part of the letter claimed that the inspections would be split into circumcised and uncut genitalia.

Although it is not known how many people fell for the battle, which spread on Snapchat, an apology from someone who shared it seems to suggest that it was taken more seriously than expected.

A cheater at North Monterey County High School in Castroville, California, issued a letter stating that & # 39; mandatory penis inspections & # 39; were a requirement for graduation

A cheater at North Monterey County High School in Castroville, California, issued a letter stating that & # 39; mandatory penis inspections & # 39; were a requirement for graduation

The school had to provide a statement about the letter, which even had the official letterhead and a copy of the superintendent's signature, on Facebook

The school had to provide a statement about the letter, which even had the official letterhead and a copy of the superintendent's signature, on Facebook

The school had to provide a statement about the letter, which even had the official letterhead and a copy of the superintendent's signature, on Facebook

They wrote: & # 39; I didn't expect the paper to be taken seriously, because I thought the North County students who read the letter could recognize it as a simple, practical joke. & # 39;

The high school issued a statement earlier this week about the letter on Facebook.

It said: & # 39; The NMCHS Director, Dr. Wood, investigate this issue. If you have any questions or information, please contact the NMC High School Principal. & # 39;

Kyara Grijalva, who lives at the school, told WTOC11: & it's not just about being serious and studying all the time.

& # 39; Unless someone took it seriously, and got fear and all that, but I think it's hysterical. & # 39;

The person who made the letter was not caught.

It is not known how many people fell for the battle, but this letter of apology from another student seemed to suggest that he was taken more seriously than he expected

It is not known how many people fell for the battle, but this letter of apology from another student seemed to suggest that he was taken more seriously than he expected

It is not known how many people fell for the battle, but this letter of apology from another student seemed to suggest that he was taken more seriously than he expected

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