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Friday, January 21, 2005

Homeless Man Charged with Trespassing after Posing as a High School Student for Three Weeks

Twenty-one year old Francisco Serrano posed as a student for three weeks at his former high school in Minneapolis, MN sitting in on classes, showering in the locker room, and sleeping in the theater.  Now that his posing scheme is up, he's facing trespassing charges.  Serrano attended the school two years ago as a sophomore, but never earned his diploma.  Throughout the three weeks, Serrano just blended in with the 2,300 student body.  Serrano's former phys-ed teacher saw him taking a shower in the locker room, but thought he belonged.  Alyssa Luftman, a senior, shared a table in study hall with Serrano.  "We came back from Christmas break and there was this new kid sitting at our table," she said. "We just assumed he was a new student...He never said anything to anyone."  More from CNN.com... [Mark Godsey]

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