Four Goats Removed From Roof At Simsbury High School

In what may be a senior prank, Fox CT is reporting that not one, not two, not, three, but FOUR pgymy goats were removed from the school roof this morning.

Simsbury High School, located on Farms Village Road, had to call the fire department to remove the goats from the top of the building.

The overhang is ten feet from the ground and covers the school entrance, according to Principal Neil Sulliavn.

The goats were discovered by the school janitor at around 5:30 a.m.

In a statement to Fox, the principal said “We’re going to work with the police, but we’re trying not to overreact” in regards to punishment for the pranksters

The goats still do not have a home and are currently being kept at  Flamig Farm in West Simsbury.

Comment below, what was your favorite senior prank, or what did you wish you could have done to your school!

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