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[Watch] M’sian Schoolboys Criticised For Playing With Fire Extinguisher To Mark End Of SPM Exams

[Watch] M’sian Schoolboys Criticised For Playing With Fire Extinguisher To Mark End Of SPM Exams

The boys sprayed fire extinguisher in the school canteen before running away.

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High school students who have completed their Sijil Peperiksaan Malaysia (SPM) usually mark the end of their secondary school year by doing something fun together.

It could be going for dinner or catching up with the latest flick at the cinemas together. However, some go a bit too far to leave their mark in school.

Recently, a video went viral on Twitter because it showed several schoolboys playing with a fire extinguisher at the school canteen.

The group of boys were allegedly celebrating the end of their SPM exams and decided that spraying the fire extinguisher was the best way to mark the event.

They sprayed half of the canteen before running away and leaving a cloud of brown residue from the fire extinguisher behind.

The other students just looked to see the commotion behind them before walking away from the canteen.

Netizens did not take kindly to the school boys’ antics and pointed out how irresponsible they were.

A netizen added that it was so wasteful because fire extinguishers aren’t cheap to replace.

They said the boys shouldn’t have recorded their prank and posted it online either.

After having their fun, a netizen said the boys should take responsibility and replace the losses and damages incurred.

The boys were criticised for giving more work to the school cleaners too.

However, another netizen reminded others not to judge the boys because everyone was naughty when they were young too.

They were just fortunate that social media wasn’t big then to expose their ‘crimes.’

It’s understandable that everyone wants to leave a mark in school but it’s best to make sure it’s not known for bad reasons.

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