A Jesuit school may suspend a student for a practical joke that was aired on local television in Philadelphia PA. A video of the incident is now a viral on YouTube.
It was following the election of Pope Francis, the first member of the Jesuit order to occupy the papal throne, that local television reporters called on the principal of St Joseph's Preparatory School. In the video, Rev. George W. Bur SJ, the school president, spoke live to reporters at NBC 10 Philadelphia about the papal election. Flanked by students dressed in coat and tie, Rev. Bur gave his reaction to the election of Pope Benedict's successor.
While Rev. Bur spoke, one of the students behind him was seen wetting an index finger in his mouth and then inserting it into the ear of another student standing closer to the camera. This 'wet willie' has become a sensation on the net. However, the student who provided the momentary entertainment may actually be suspended from the elite school because of his antics.