(WKYC) A senior class prank at Smithville High School has the small Wayne County, Ohio town buzzing.
The building is sprayed with graffiti inside and out. It's not vandalism, rather, an activity that was originally approved by school officials.
In a couple of weeks, the building will be torn down, and students will attend classes next fall in a brand new building, under construction on a hill behind the current school.
However, some students got carried away, and sprayed graffiti outside of a confined area, and some of it includes vulgar words.
"We had a lot of fun," said senior Kari Hicks. "I just wish that it didn't turn out like this, because I don't want it to tear our community apart."
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