MIAMI (AP) -- A 16-year-old looking to beef up his college application says he's responsible for the grand piano that mysteriously showed up on a sandbar in Miami's Biscayne Bay.
The Miami Herald reports that Nicholas Harrington -- son of "Burn Notice" production designer J. Mark Harrington -- planned to make a promotional video using the piano.
The plan went awry on New Year's Eve when partygoers lowered it into a canal and set it on fire. The next day, the family placed it on a 22-foot open fisherman and dumped it on the sandbar. The Herald story links to a video that shows Nicholas Harrington on the boat with the piano.
The teen says he is "super happy" about the attention the piano has gotten in recent days.
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