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Ouch! A high school girl wipes out at Godwin High in Henrico, Virginia after senior pranksters greased the floor with baby oil
A high school prank turned slippery Wednesday after some seniors greased up the floors of their school with baby oil and watched disorder ensue.
And like teenagers do, they caught the chaos on video.
As the students of Godwin High School in Henrico, County Virginia entered their school May 29 eagerly awaiting the summer, they were surprised to find walking on the hallway floors just didn’t work like it's supposed to.
In the video, students can be seen gliding and sliding, slipping and falling (and laughing despite the dangers) as they attempt to navigate their greased up academic halls.
According to Principal Beth Armbruster, the culprit was some vindictively placed baby oil.
According to WTVVR, Armbruster wrote in a letter to parents that a group of exiting seniors dumped the oil in the school’s hallways sometime between first and second periods.
Swimming for it: This student seems to be having fun, though school officials says at least two kids incurred minor injures due to the prank
The principal said the group ‘worked collaboratively’ to pull off the stunt while others gathered elsewhere for a special senior cookout.
‘Staff immediately noticed the safety concern, moved students to class carefully,’ Armbruster wrote in the letter.
‘At approximately 9:55 a.m,’ Armbuster writes, the school was placed on lockdown and the affected areas were cleaned top avoid any accidents.
Not funny: The video, posted to Youtube by a student, seems mostly harmless but faculty at Godwin High has ID'd the students responsible for the greasing and intend to punish them
Henrico Schools Director of Communications and Public Relations Andy Jenks told the CBS affiliate that the students involved have been identified and could miss graduation activities.
‘While this is an unfortunate and unnecessary act, we hope all students will learn that this kind of behavior always has serious consequences,’ Jenks said.
Jenks said at least two students suffered minor injuries as a result of the prank.