A PRANK at a top boys college went too far when classmates stripped a teenager and dumped him at an all-girls school.
The gang from fee-paying St Michael’s College in Dublin bundled the victim into a car, drove him across town and tied him to a flagpole wearing just his EUR EUR
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One student at posh St Michael’s, where fees are EUR3,800 per year, confirmed the incident was a practical joke by sixth-year boys that went overboard.
He said: “There were loads of them. They kind of ambushed him and drove him to Mount Anville.”
The Irish Daily Mirror contacted both schools yesterday for a comment on the incident but neither returned our calls.
It is believed Mount Anville principal Patricia Bourden complained to St Michael’s which only lifted a threat to cancel its debs ball after the boys involved apologised to her.
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Another group of practical jokers at St Michael’s are thought to have strapped a classmate to the bonnet of a car using