Students at Geelong’s Christian College have landed themselves in some hot water after chartering a private helicopter to school as part of an elaborate muck-up day prank.
Inspired by old mate, Bronny Bish the students flew to school and landed on the main oval. According to The Geelong Advertiser the cost of the helicopter was around $550… A pricey way to finish off the school year but nevertheless, one can only assume it would be worth it.
The theme of the day was ‘living the dream’ and the students embraced it by living out their dreams of being disgraced former speakers in the House of Reps.
The students were condemned by the school in a statement released to the Advertiser, with principal Glen McKeeman stating: “Christian College confirms that a helicopter chartered by some students landed on the oval at the senior campus during celebration activities yesterday. The College has taken appropriate action with the students involved.”
According to one of our sources, the group posed as air traffic officials to the helicopter company. They also faked the principals signature in order to to get verification. It is also rumoured that they were taken in for questioning by police and are facing a hefty fine.
In recent years there has been a tendency to criticise hooliganism and the idea of Muck-Up week. We at TheVine love it. Keep up the good work, guys!