Parrish, WI - A teeming horde of upper elementary students at Wokum Elementary today rocked and tipped a Good Humor Ice Cream truck, its smoldering hull still visible by the curbside. During 2nd recess break from classes, an unsuspecting and hapless George Pennett pulled his truck alongside the elementary school.
"They were on the truck in seconds," recalled a dazed and wounded Penett. Witnesses corroborated the story, adding it was like a "tide of munchkin sharks circling their quarry".
The attack came in the wake of record spring heat in this quiet Wisconsin town, and as skyrocketing gas prices have forced the Good humor company to halve the number of its routes, creating high demand for its cool, creamy treats.
"This may have just been the perfect, double-scoop storm to create such a horrific scene," gasped Wokum Elementary Principal Elmer Saarsgard. Good Humor driver George Pennett was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment for wounds suffered when he was impaled on a stack of sugar cones.