Normally, it's the students doing the pranking, but teachers at a community college in the U.K. decided to turn the tables in a hilarious video that's gone viral.
With the school year coming to an end, teachers at Honiton Community College, a secondary school in the U.K., wanted to play a prank on their year 11 students.
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"We wanted to reverse the usual student pranks,"
Rob Robson, head of Year 11, told The Telegraph. "They're a fantastic bunch with a great sense of humor. We didn't think it would look that good at the end of it."
The teachers simulated a video interview, and instructed their students to give advice to incoming pupils. While the students were being interviewed, the teachers were performing crazy antics in the background — from dancing, to kissing stuffed animals, to dressing up in colorful wigs.
"Some of the comments have not been complimentary about our dancing, but then what do you expect teachers to dance like? We were making it up on the spot," Robson said.
The students were floored when the video was unveiled at a school assembly recently.
"We didn't know what was going on behind us at first. Then the cameraman started laughing, but I didn't have a clue," student Daryl Young, who appears in the video, told The Telegraph. "I give them a lot of respect. I didn't think the teachers had that sort of sense of humor. I didn't know they had it in them."
The video has more than 80,000 views on YouTube and received great feedback on Twitter.
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