This student did everything but come right out and tell the police she did it. Not smart.

The New York Post reports:

University of Kentucky student accused of faking bomb threats on campus

A University of Kentucky student was arrested Thursday for making up bomb threats on campus — but not before telling local media she thought classes should be canceled for “safety” reasons.

Haily Duvall, a 19-year-old originally from Glasgow, Kentucky, was charged with fabricating and spreading terroristic threats against the White Hall building on her Lexington campus, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported.

A day prior to her arrest, Duvall showed screenshots of threatening Snapchat messages to the campus police. Police said they later traced the IP address from the messages back to Duvall.

“White Hall is about to be white ashes along with every a–hole student in it,” read one of the screenshots.

“Thirsty thursdays are about become ticking time bomb thursdays,” said another.

Duvall also spoke to reporters about her concern for students’ well-being, going so far as to tell the Kentucky Kernel she had a test in White Hall on Thursday that should be canceled — just to be safe.

“It’s a safe or sorry thing. Would you rather ignore it, and then somebody get hurt? I definitely take it seriously. I’ve even encouraged fellow students, ‘Hey if you don’t feel safe, don’t go,’” Duvall told the Kentucky Kernel.

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