KID HIRES STRIPPER ONLINE, SENDS HER TO HIS MIDDLE SCHOOL
I’m not sure if it’s terribly mature to think this is really funny. But I kind of think this is really funny. Everything is bigger in Texas, including their adolescent pranks. This time, it’s a middle school student in Round Rock who is in some hot water. But not the kind of hot water this kid will clearly aim for in a few years. Recently, a student at the Noel Grisham Middle School called in a special order. But this order was for a stripper! As you can imagine, it didn’t go over well. This kid hires a stripper, but how does it go?
EVERYTHING IS BIGGER IN TEXAS, EVEN JUVENILES
Some enterprising rapscallion decided it would be a good idea to call a professional stripper to the school as if it was a job. But of course, when the poor woman showed up at the address in the late morning one day recently, she realized it was a school. Instead of coming in, the stripper called the main office to report the prank, according to district spokeswoman Jenny LaCoste-Caputo. Who hires a stripper and sends them to school? An adolescent, that’s who.
KID IDENTIFIED, QUESTIONS REMAIN IF HE WILL SURVIVE GETTING HOME
So if you’re an enterprising rapscallion like the (we assume to be a young man in this instance), maybe don’t use your personal cell phone. Oh, and maybe don’t also use a credit card associated with your family name, either. The school identified the student in this case and they are facing disciplinary action. That doesn’t sound like too much fun. But it also sounds like even less fun when they get home.
PRINCIPAL SENDS EMAIL PRAISING STAFF OVER STRIPPER, UMMMM
The Principal, Paige Hadziselimovic, sent an email to parents of children at the school, saying, “Our staff handled the situation with the utmost decorum and professionalism. “While regrettable, the incident had no negative impact on any students, other than the student who is responsible.” The school has grades 6-8. So let’s just hope the rapscallion makes it to high school. We’re guessing that would be next year, or the year after. Hopefully.