Parking, parking everywhere but not a stall to park. (Sam Anderson)

Lord Tweedsmuir grads pull parking prank

Hopefully the staff of the Cloverdale high school brought their walking shoes

The graduating class of Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School had a little fun this morning, orchestrating a parking lot prank on the staff of the school.

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The grads parked their cars at rather creative angles, blocking off the lot to teachers and staff members.

Photos posted to Facebook received a popular response, with people noting that it was a fun, harmless prank – and that it took dedication for a group of teenagers to wake up early enough to pull it off.

The LTSS class of 2017 will graduate in a special ceremony next week, held at the Agriplex on the Cloverdale Fairgrounds.

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