“I hope it’s not the form of issues to return!” – Schoolboys arrive at leavers promenade at the back of a jail van

A GROUP of schoolboys arrived at their promenade in distinctive trend – from the again of a jail van.

The 4 kids have been met with cheers from friends as they exited the outdated police automobile outdoors Fort Park rugby membership in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, on Thursday.

A video reveals Aaron Firth of Doncaster Restraint Museum, who kindly equipped the automobile, dressed head-to-toe in jail safety guard uniform.

He opens up the door to disclose makeshift convicts Robby Watson, 16, Noah Currie, 16, Thomas Burgon, 15, and Lennon Cooper, 15, all in handcuffs.

The McAuley Catholic Excessive College pals are proven attempting to not snicker as they shuffle out of the outdated prison transportation automobile chained to one another.

Aaron’s spouse Clare Firth follows the boys down the steps in the same outfit to assist in giving the teenagers a promenade entry to recollect.

Lennon shared the video on TikTok on Saturday writing: “There’s just one solution to flip up at promenade.”

The video has now collected over 3.6 million views and greater than 200,000 likes.

Over 1,600 individuals have feedback after being left in stitches by the unconventional arrival technique.

One stated: “Sensible… I hope it’s not the form of issues to return!”

One other wrote: “Solely within the UK.”

L – R Clare Firth, Bobby Watson, Noah Currie, Thomas Burgon, Lennon Cooper and Aaron Firth.

A 3rd commented: “I don’t keep in mind this episode of Jail Break.”

A fourth added: “Greatest promenade entrance ever!”

One other replied: “Absolute class that lads.”

Talking right this moment, Lennon stated: “The thought of utilizing the jail van got here from Noah, he talked about it just a few months earlier than the promenade.

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“His dad is pals with Aaron and Clare who set-up and run Doncaster Restraints Museum.

“Me and the opposite lads agreed to the concept and we seemed ahead to creating a unique sort of entrance.

“On the day we have been collected from our agreed assembly level, Aaron and Clare got here and handcuffed us and put us every in a single cell.

“After we arrived on the rugby membership we have been chained collectively and I agreed to stroll from the van first.

“We thought it might be a good suggestion however had no thought how a lot different individuals would get pleasure from it, and didn’t realise what sort of reception it might get from different individuals.

“After I added the video to TikTok I assumed it was humorous and didn’t suppose for a minute that it might get the reception that it has, we have been only a group of mates arriving at our promenade.

“Doncaster Restraints Museum didn’t settle for fee for taking us however Noah’s Dad made a substantial donation to Aaron’s chosen charity.”