Student absolutely nails an outrageous no-look trick shot in class
While we're certain that you were all perfect, studious and well-behaved students, there's still no escaping the need to get up to some mild mischief in an effort to break the boredom.
Paper airplanes, pen-clicking contests or a sneaky session on your mobile phone are some of the more popular distractions, but Samuel Grubbs has a very different method of acting the maggot in class.
Take a look at the footage that the UNC Charlotte student captured of his fellow classmates and their brilliantly choreographed and executed trick shot.
While teachers all over the world will be praying that this isn't copied in their classroom, we have to applaud the effort, delivery and celebrations here.
When March Madness hits the classroom 😂 pic.twitter.com/oZvwZEp2dL
— Samuel Grubbs (@SamuelGrubbs1) March 19, 2017
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