A Texas mother’s social experiment ended in a criminal charge after she managed to infiltrate a college disguised as her 13-year-old daughter.
The lady’s name is Casey garcia … a 30 year old girl who has a 7th grader who attends Garcia-Enriquez College near El Paso … whose security process she wanted to test by going “undercover” as a student .. … just to see how far she could get without getting caught.
Garcia recorded his experience and posted the images to YouTube, TikTok and other social media platforms – which took off and went viral. It’s pretty crazy … she makes a complete incognito attempt, undergoing a makeup routine and a wardrobe change to be successful.
Sure enough, she looks a bit like a college girl – admittedly, the face mask she had to wear certainly helped. Yet she went through about 85% of the school day undetected.
Garcia is seen walking the halls, interacting with the teachers, sitting in class to listen to lectures and even have lunch at one point… and no one seems to notice that she is an adult. Eventually the template was in place … someone called her and reported her to the principal.
She went there on purpose – and even though she seemed to think it was NBD … the administration thought differently, implicating the police who arrested her for falsifying records and trespassing. The incident happened on Tuesday, but it was not booked until last Friday.
Again, the whole point of doing this was to show that the school was a bit too lax when it came to controlling students … especially as the kids start to return to campus in person.
Of course, people feared that Garcia could get in so easily… which could cause bigger problems if it was someone who wanted to hurt. The superintendent reportedly sent a note to the parents saying they were reviewing and reorganizing their security measures.
If that sounds like something straight out of a movie, that’s because it kind of is. Drew barrymore did something similar in “Never Been Kissed” – except it was in high school.
So, yeah … it’s crazier than even that premise.
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