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Teen suspended from $20,000-a-year school after soaking a group with milk during boat ride

Teen suspended from $20,000-a-year school after soaking a group with milk during boat ride

The prankster 'drenched' the group of women and posted it online, causing his grammar school to start an investigation.

A prankster has been suspended from his $20,000-a-year school after 'milk prank' goes wrong.

I know the saying goes 'don't cry over spilt milk', but in this case, you absolutely do.

The student from Australia was kicked out of his expensive grammar school after he played a 'stunt' on unsuspecting boat passengers.

The 16-year-old has been under investigation from the school for weeks following the prank were he soaked a group of women with milk and posting online.

The boy was ordered a combination of s'uspension and other punitive action, reparation, apologies and counselling' from his school.

Melbourne Grammar School said. “We continue to have the firm view that this behavior was completely unacceptable and have treated the matter with the utmost seriousness."

The video of the women being swilled, which was shot on Jan 27, has now amassed over 32.6 million views.

The prankster uploaded the clip to his Instagram account, giddynokiddy, of the women enjoying a boat ride in the Yarra River, before being drenched by milk.

The women were celebrating a friends birthday.

Veronica Burgess, one of the four women, shared what happened in a TikTok video. You see the women sat down surrounded by picnic bits and fruit, while being covered in milk one of them shouts 'we're actually gonna stink'.

Burgess captioned the TikTok, saying: “Would love to find the kid that ruined our day," along with a (I'm very strongly assuming) sarcastic smiley face.

The boy allegedly removed the video after realising he went too far, however, his school already knew of the videos contents.

“Please stop contacting my school, my school has caught me and I am facing expulsion. Can’t believe you would do this to (a) minor,” the boy wrote, according to the Herald Sun.

“Why’d you do this to me. You ruin my life over a ruined day, you upped the anti, I’m just a kid and you ruined my life. Too far,” the boy said of people sharing his video to the grammar school.

Along with being suspended from school for the prank, the boy also received a 'unlawful assault' warning from Victoria Police.

“The matter is now complete,” a Victoria police spokesman said.

One of the women uploaded the event to TikTok. Credit:tiktok/veronicaburgess
One of the women uploaded the event to TikTok. Credit:tiktok/veronicaburgess

The video quickly spread throughout online platforms and caused a big reaction, with some believing justice had been served, and others thinking the suspension was a step too far.

“What goes through someone’s head to think I’m gonna go buy some milk and ruin someone’s day?????,” an incredulous TikTok comment said.

“This is so sad! I hope it didn’t ruin the rest of your day,” another person said before Burgess said the group 'showered and washed our hair then eventually got to continue our day.'

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@giddynokiddy / TikTok/@veronicaburgess

Topics: Education, Food and Drink, Australia, Viral, TikTok