A disturbing “Schoolies checklist” has surfaced on the internet, containing a series of sexually explicit and drug-based “challenges” for school leavers.
The celebrations to mark the end of its 12th year got underway at Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast on Saturday, with some attendees already sparking controversy over their ‘wild’ antics.
Now, a teenager has taken it upon himself to pass along a troubling checklist to fellow partygoers, asking for help checking off the items listed.
Posting a screenshot of the list on two separate Schoolies Facebook groups, the teen wrote: “Hey guys my friends made this checklist for me.
The list includes 10 challenges, most of which involve sexual acts with “chicks”.
One of the tasks listed is to “hang out with a disabled chick” and have intercourse “fucked up somewhere”.
A number of the challenges involve illegal drugs, including pulling a string of cocaine from a “woman’s ass” and filming himself having sex while “breaking a cone” (smoking marijuana from a bong).
Other things include sleeping in a f**ked place, defecating in a bed, and getting a f**ked tattoo.
The disgusting posts were met with a series of likes and laughing emojis from fellow group members.
“I want to see you do number 7,” one person wrote on the post, referring to the challenge of “pairing up” with a person with a disability.
The poster replied that he was “keen on it”.
Another commenter offered the poster to help them complete the first task as long as they “scream lines beforehand,” to which the teen replied “ofc.”
There was one commenter questioning the list and those who thought the post was humorous.
“Imagine it’s funny taking advantage of a disabled girl,” wrote one teenager.
The poster was quick to defend himself, replying: “I never said I could take advantage of it. Can’t disabled girls meet people like any other girl?”
“Then why not just date a girl instead of a disabled girl?” said the commenter.
‘What’s funny about that?’
The poster claimed he didn’t say it was funny but branded it an “act of kindness”.
“Because disabilities don’t bother me the way some people do,” he said.
Another commenter then jumped in to defend the poster, saying it might be “on girls with disabilities”.
“Girls with disabilities can get laid too,” they wrote.
‘Drunk Pr**ks’: Restaurant Owner Blasts Schoolies
The school celebrations have only been going on for three nights, but locals are already angry at the actions of some revelers.
Murray Taylor, owner of Italian restaurant Nicolinis Surfers Paradise, has claimed the Schoolies-goers have “completely wrecked” his business, with the usual crowds of tourists and regulars avoiding the city’s entertainment district as it is overrun with teenagers.
Now Murray Taylor, owner of Italian restaurant Nicolinis Surfers Paradise, has claimed the Schoolies-goers have “completely destroyed” his business, saying the usual crowds of tourists and regulars are avoiding the city’s entertainment district as it’s overrun with teenagers became.
Hello customs The Gold Coast Bulletin his trade had plummeted by as much as 80 percent since the celebrations began, and he was “fed up.”
“Do not get me wrong. I’m not totally against the school, but the drunk p**ks wreaking havoc on Surfers Paradise Blvd totally killed us,” said Mr. Taylor.
“There are people spitting on the sidewalk and carrying tools around and screaming while people try to enjoy a good Italian meal. It is ridiculous.”
In desperation, Mr Taylor took to social media and asked his loyal customers not to be put off by the school leavers.
“To all of our incredibly loyal and fabulous customers – please don’t let Schoolies hold you back as we are in a quiet part of town and we would love to see you tonight,” the restaurant said in a Facebook post.
“Unfortunately Schoolies has taken a toll on the restaurants here as many people try to avoid the area but we can assure you it’s business as usual and pretty peaceful around here.”
To attract more customers, Mr. Taylor offered a free drink to anyone who walked in and mentioned the post.
‘Wild’ reality of schoolies exposed online
The wild – and gross – antics of some school leavers were exposed online, and many contestants weren’t shy about showing the schoolies’ unglamorous side.
Videos posted on TikTok have shown the huge mess left on the streets after the first nights of partying.
In one video, trash can be seen strewn across Cavill Ave, Surfers Paradise’s main street, as seagulls rummage through the remains of food packages.
“You dirty mothers,” one person is heard yelling as the footage pans across the scene.
“The class of 2022 is wild,” one person commented on the video.
Another person claimed Schoolies “has never been so bad” and said the grads of 2022 “just don’t have the respect.”
“I usually say they’re just having fun, but at least they could have used the bins,” said another.
There have only been two nights of celebration so far, but new videos have surfaced every morning showing the ‘wild’ state in which the streets have been left.
“Schoolies, this is f**ked,” says one graduating student as the camera pans across the trash that’s been lying on the street since the first night.
Day two “aftermath” shows a similar scene.
“Bruh no one knows how to use a trash can or what,” one user wrote.
“That’s lazy,” said another.
Many felt it was a particularly disheartening sight, considering this cohort of graduates grew up being educated on their impact on the environment.
“So disrespectful to the environment,” wrote one user.
Despite the wild antics taking place online, Queensland Police have so far praised the actions of the Schoolies contestants.
On Sunday, Gold Coast District Acting Chief Superintendent Rhys Wildman said the first night of the celebration was “spectacular” with just four people arrested on seven counts.
He said that was almost identical to last year’s numbers, but that 10,000 more school leavers had come this year.
“So when you calculate those numbers, it just underscores the incredible behavior of our school leavers,” he said.
“We saw that our school leavers showed a lot of maturity for their young years.”
Originally published as “Teenager’s disturbing Schoolies,” the “checklist” is surfacing online