Teen Faces 8 Years in Jail for Leaving Prank Blow-Up Doll in School Bathroom
Any teen in high school looks forward to their last day of classes as a senior; if not because it's the last day of high school, then because they've planned a hilarious prank to play on underclassmen, teachers and staff.
Rushville, Indiana native Tyell Morton pranked his school by leaving a blow-up doll in the ladies room. However, instead of being rewarded with a load of laughs, he was arrested and now faces serious criminal charges.
School staff thought 18-year-old Morton -- who was dressed darkly and wore latex gloves -- had left a box of explosives and called police immediately.
Morton's in jail on a $30,000 bond and faces up to 8 years in prison.