Mischief or tradition?
Although the warm weather in Australia has not yet arrived, it still can't stop the enthusiasm of girls wearing so hot. On 25th this month, a group of 12th-grade female students on the Central Coast of New South Wales, played a "dress-off game" on the roads in front of the public. The outrageous behavior have scared many passers-by.
According to reports, the group of seven female students, from Erina High School, gathered in the crowded Fountain Plaza at around 12:45 in the afternoon. They stripped off their clothes piece by piece, with one other them even taking off her bar and dancing in the fountain.
The girls played excitedly and exaggeratedly, attracting lots of passers-by to watch, and some shot their crazy moves. When asked what they were doing, the girls said they were doing a "scavenger hunt", claiming it was a "tradition" to celebrate the end of the last school year.
Although this activity has not been approved, "scavenger hunt" has become the most popular student activity, replacing the traditional 'Year 12 Muck-up Day'. During the event, students will have a list of mischiefs and give extra points based on how outrageous can be.
A spokesperson for the Erina High School said they were not aware of what happened on the day, even though the school was only 8 minutes walk from Fountain Plaza. The institution said that there were 9 students absent from the school that day, and only 4 of them were girls.
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