Maltese students all around the nation are rejoicing as their courses come to an end. Graduation is a time for elation and celebration in the nation – but one group of students might have taken it too far this year.
A photo from the University of Malta shows the water fountain found in the main quadrangle at the University of Malta has been dyed highlighter green.
Some type of additive has contaminated the water supplying the fountain, shooting out bright green water from the already foam-filled fountain (notably present prior).
Fortunately, no smell is being reported alongside the foam and water.
Pranks like this are common around graduation week, with lectures and the library being raided annually – but few people can remember the last time someone actually dyed the water a different colour.
It is unknown who is behind the prank, but it is worth noting that the Faculty of Engineering, Department of Banking & Finance and Department of Mathematics are the three groups currently buscading today so… you can draw your own conclusions.