This Teen Said He Had A Surprise For His School. Then The Police Knocked On His Parents’ Door

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Image: Twitter/he/him/hysterical / via Unilad
Image: Twitter/he/him/hysterical / via Unilad

Unlike previous generations, today’s high school students have ready access to social media websites and messaging apps through which they can stay constantly connected. Many teenagers take full advantage of the technology, too – and Jonathon Coffing is one of them. After Coffing posted to Snapchat in March 2018, however, the cops ended up appearing at his door.

Image: via Unilad
Image: via Unilad

A resident of Radcliff, Kentucky, Coffing has a clear goal for his future. Specifically, he has ambitions of joining the navy following his stint in high school. In that aim, Coffing is not unlike others his age – and his Snapchat use is nothing unusual, either.

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Indeed, billions now use social media sites and other apps through which they can reach out to friends and family. And Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and their ilk have undoubtedly changed the way that many interact with the people around them – whether for better or worse.

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