High School Student Can’t Walk At Graduation Because Of A Toilet Paper Prank
Does the punishment fit the “crime?”
In Virgina Beach, VA, Hayden Anderson, a lineman on his high school football team who claims to love his school so much that he “bleeds purple,” is being denied the right to walk in his graduation and has been suspended for three days after a toilet paper prank. "There was no profanity, there was nothing broken, there was nothing destructive. If you go up to [the high school] now, there's nothing up there," said Anderson.
After the prank, Anderson was called down to the principal’s office and refused to give the names of the other students who participated in toilet papering the school with him.