Guthrie High School covered in toilet paper

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GUTHRIE,Okla.- On Friday morning, Guthrie High School faculty and students showed up to white toilet paper streamers flowing from trees.

Of course you can't help but laugh at this story, and many are, but for those responsible, listen up, you could find yourself in trouble with the law.

We all know the power of social media, and pictures quickly circulated the interwebs of Guthrie high school toilet papered!

The toilet paper covered several trees in front and back of the building, including the awning with a school logo.

"I saw it as a harmless prank, but it's kind of stupid," Byrd Broadnax, a Guthrie Parent said.

Some didn't think it was harmless.

"It's pretty rude," Erin Christian another Guthrie Parent said.

On Facebook, one person said: "No pranks are harmless. Someone has to clean up the mess and that's not fair for them to do so. What if it was your property?"

But post after post from our Facebook page, said harmless prank.

So is it a harmless prank or a crime? We talked to Guthrie Police who say a crime is a crime, it's considered vandalism, but it would be up to the school to press charges.

"I don't know about police charges, but definitely make them clean it up," Christian says.

"If it was graffiti then charges should be filed, but just toilet paper, make them get out there and clean it up," Broadnax said.

So far, no one has come forward to claim responsibility, but these mothers say if it was their child, they would take action.

"She'd probably have to clean it up," Christian says.

"I'd be the first one dragging her out there and watching her clean it up," Broadnax said.

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