Posted February 01, 2019 09:30:51A 16-year-old high school student in Wisconsin was forced into wearing a clown suit and face mask as part of a Halloween costume at his school.
The student, who asked not to be identified, said he was a member of the student government and dressed as a clown for Halloween last year.
The costume was made to look like a clown and the students were forced to cover their faces with a mask, and then the mask was pulled down.
He said he had to wear the mask for several hours while the school prepared for the upcoming holiday.
“It was like a test, like, you’ve got to be in a good mood and you can’t say something stupid, because it’ll get you into trouble,” the student said.
The mask is a reference to a famous character from the Disney film “Cinderella.”
In the film, a prince who is forced to dress up as a woman to go on a coronavirus test ends up losing his crown, which causes him to fall in love with a woman.
The boy was shocked that he had been forced to go to school wearing the costume.
“If they were going to have a test that was going to be like this, why would I wear this?” he said.
“Why would they force me to wear this?
It was a joke, a joke that was made about me and my parents.
We didn’t even get to play with the costume.”
The student said he did not know what the costume meant or who made it.
“I didn’t really know what it was.
I just assumed it was something to wear to school,” he said, adding that he thought the students had the right to decide what to wear.
The students’ mother, who spoke to FOX6 News on the condition of anonymity, said the students decided to go with what they were told by school officials.
“They didn’t want us to think they were doing something stupid or they were just being ridiculous,” she said.
“We thought it was hilarious.
They didn’t care about us.
They were just making it up as they went along.”
She said she did not expect the school to expel the students.
“This was a big prank,” she added.
“They didn: They just wanted us to go home, like everyone else.”
The school said the costume was a part of the students’ Halloween celebrations.