North Sydney Shore School’s leaked document prepared by students outlining how assaults, trespassing, drug-taking and other challenges will win points as part of a scavenger hunt, has alerted police to a crime-filled spree being plotted by year 12s.
The plans for Wednesday night, circulated during the year and obtained by The Sydney Morning Herald, detail how school leavers would meet at Waverton Park, form teams, get drunk, and travel in the “Triwizard Shorenament” around the north shore and CBD completing tasks.
The plan will see groups of five or six consume a case of 30 beers in 15 minutes, many of which would break criminal laws, before starting the challenges.
The challenges include “sack whack [hit the male genitalia of] a complete random walking past”, “run it straight with a random and deck them” and “spit on homeless man”.
The guidelines also call on students to “drop a cap” “snort a line,” and “rip a cone on the Harbour Bridge”
Among the other challenges were: “shit on a train”, “break into taronga zoo”, drink “6 [vodka] Cruisers in 6 minutes” and “skull 700ml bottle of vodka”.
“As soon as the school became aware of the document police were informed and an urgent communication was sent to all year 12 parents instructing that under no circumstances are Shore boys to participate in the activities specified,” the spokesman said.
“The police respect the age-old tradition of muck up days, but students must take necessary precautions so celebrations do not get out of hand and become dangerous,” the NSW Police spokeswoman said.
“While pranks are often part and parcel of the day, don’t engage in any behaviour that risks your welfare or the safety of others. The police are not here to spoil the fun, but they will take action if deemed necessary.”