This was a prank of epic proportions. Where did they even get 72,000 ladybugs from?
CHAPTICO, Md. – Police have charged seven suspects in a senior prank that released 72,000 ladybugs in a public high school.
The St. Mary’s County’s Sheriff’s Office says in a news release that early May 20, five people forced open a door at Chopticon High School in Morganza, Maryland.
Deputies say the pranksters, who were wearing masks and hoodies, released a swarm of ladybugs throughout the school while two others waited in a car.
Six Chopticon senior students and one alumnus allegedly broke into the school at around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday and released the lady bugs inside, MyFoxDC.com reported. Now they are facing criminal charges.
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