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Live Chicken Prank Lands 3 N.J. Students In The Coop

Anthony Cesareo, right, and Tyler Bruno are facing criminal charges for their role in a prank inside a New Jersey high school.

Reporting Christine Sloan

WOODBRIDGE, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — It was supposed to be a senior prank, but now three students in Woodbridge said they’re facing criminal charges — and may not be able to walk through graduation ceremony and take part in other senior activities.

Does the punishment go too far?

It wasn’t the T-shirts that got two 17-year-olds in trouble, but the actual chickens they said they released into their high school as part of a senior prank back in February.

“So we confessed. We told the truth. Now we’re getting charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct, not allowed to go to prom, not allowed to go to graduation, and all that,” Anthony Cesareo told CBS 2’s Christine Sloan.


Added: Mar-20-2011 
By: crimewatcher
Tags: senior prank, criminal charges
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