Teen Claims Responsibility For Piano On Sandbar

Everyone seems to have heard about the grand piano on a sandbar out in Biscayne Bay.  What most might not know is that a 16-year-old boy by the name of Nicholas Harrington is claiming responsibility for that mysterious piano. He says he placed his grandmother's piano there with the help of his father and some friends.
"I liked the idea of an anonymous piano out there, no explanation to it. But another person came out with the idea that they did it. That's just not right. But what people would do for publicity, who knows," Harrington said.

Harrington said he is going to use the story as part of his college entrance essay, complete with photos and videos to prove that it was his idea.

Harrington will likely be moving that baby grand pretty soon.
The Miami-Dade Department of Environmental Resource Management said the piano must go no matter how artistic it looks.

I knew that getting into a good college was getting harder, but I didn't realize how hard.  Are all kids going to be required to document massive pranks art projects?  I had enough trouble trying to write a decent essay.

Janine Stanwood and Constance Jones of  WPLG Local 10 have more: Link

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