It's that time of year: The Golden State Warriors are making a top-10 draft pick, tourists are under-dressed for the coastal breezes, and high-schoolers are being barred from graduation ceremonies because of senior pranks.
This didn't go over well with those folks who have serious peanut allergies. The school's principal, Peter Lambert, told the Sacramento Bee that he had to make that odd phone call to several students, whom he knew had peanut allergies, to tell them to stay home on Monday while the school cleaned up the sandwich spread. Already, one student who came to school suffered "bad allergic reaction." The Sac Bee reports that this prank caused more than $5,000 in damages.
Over at Heritage, some of the prank participants received five-day suspensions, which means they will miss final exams, Principal Larry Oshodi told KGO-TV.
Check out this photo of the aftermath, procured by KGO, which shows an unhappy lamb beside a bale of hay, encircled by yellow caution tape.