Cops outraged over revolting ‘ice bucket’ prank on autistic teen


Bay High School administrators are working with autism support groups in the wake of a bullying incident involving a student with autism. (File photo)

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Autism support groups and Bay High School are working together to rally from a cruel prank reportedly pulled on a student with autism.

A number of Bay students are accused of telling a fellow student he was participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and then dumping urine and feces on him — an incident attracting national attention and news coverage.

Laura Hoffman, field development director for Autism Speaks in Northeast Ohio, said she had been in contact with school officials.

Written by Michael Heaton, The Plain Dealer
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