High school students will do almost anything to dodge a test, but one teen at South Point High School in Gaston County is accused of taking things too far last week in class.
The 16-year-old boy got arrested at the school late Friday for shouting repeatedly during a test, reports the Gaston Gazette.
What he was shouting isn’t clear, but we’re guessing it wasn’t the correct answers.
A teacher reportedly tried quieting the enthusiastic student, but to no avail. The teen was charged with disorderly conduct at school, a misdemeanor, and released about three hours later, the Gazette reports.
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At least he wasn’t cheating.