Melissa, starry-eyed soy-lovin' Expatriated Zulu (oddharmonic) wrote,
Melissa, starry-eyed soy-lovin' Expatriated Zulu
oddharmonic

Funniest Halloween story this year.

On Friday morning, an Evergreen student arrived at school dressed as streaker. His costume technically met district dress code (cover the four Bs: back, belly, breasts and buttocks) but security and administration both felt he needed to cover up the flesh-colored bodysuit as it was obvious he was only wearing a thong beneath it and what one staff member helpfully described as "his sack of marbles tucked to the side".

Instead of agreeing to go home and change or to put something over it (various accounts said he had a trenchcoat with him so he could be a flasher if required to cover up), he ran when confronted. He then put a sheet over his head to look like a ghost, unknown to the administrators as they had a quick huddle to decide where each of them would go to look for him -- while he was standing within earshot in his new disguise.

When he was finally caught, he was given a 3-day suspension with the explanation that it would have been one day alone for the dress code violation, but he got a second day for running away and a third for insubordination.

After we heard about it early Friday afternoon, we had a good laugh. It got better that evening as we were leaving the Halloween event at the high school and found a slip of paper taped to the inside of the front entrance doors with tape obviously ripped off another posted piece -- a closed fist bracketed by the line "Free Besley" (the last name of the 'streaker').

Since the janitorial staff automatically takes down anything posted without the approval stamp/initials from the school office, I took a picture for posterity and snagged the slip to show Mom later. I'll refrain from making any jokes about distributing it since she does have the authority to use said stamp.
Tags: 394.264_holidays, 817_humor, 978.884_evergreen
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