Might be late, I dunno... http://www.independent.co.uk/news/ed...y-7079796.html
It was Saturday, 4 February, and the first snowflakes of 2012 were falling all around London.
Doubtless, some pupils fervently hoped it would lead to their school being closed the following Monday morning, on the grounds that it was too treacherous to open.
The trouble is that their school, the Jewish Free School in Harrow, north London, was quick off the mark and posted a message on its website telling parents that it would be classes as usual at the start of the following week.
Some pupils, it would appear, had other ideas.
Within hours, a computer hacker had managed to bring down the school's website, leaving parents unable to check if the school would be open as usual on Monday.
But not content with that, the hackers are then said to have created a fake email purporting to come from the school and telling parents that the school would be closed due to heavy snow.
Many older pupils were absent from the school on the Monday owing to the success of the hack and the spreading of the fake email, according to the Jewish Chronicle.
Students on social networking sites were openly discussing the plan to take down the website, urging the hackers to keep it closed. One said: "Kids were going crazy over this... Students who they were not even friendly with managed to find out about what they had done."
Can't think of a pun.