Enfield, CT – Two teenagers at Enrico Fermi High School could be facing criminal charges for urinating in cupcake batter and then handing out the befouled baked treats to their classmates.
WFSB, Channel 3 in Hartford has more information on the so-called prank at the Enfield school:
“According to students, these two girls are accused of urinating in cupcake batter, baking them and then handing it out to students over the past two days.
” ‘Anyone they didn’t like, they gave the cupcakes to,’ said one Fermi High School student, who did not want to be identified.”
Apparently no one needed medical attention as a result of the secret ingredient fortunately, but many of the students “felt sick” after learning about the tainted cupcakes. The news got out after the pair told one other student about what they did and that person couldn’t keep a secret. Enfield Patch reports that the suspects have been identified by school administrators.
According to the Manchester Journal Inquirer, police are conducting an aggressive investigation into the allegations against the two cupcake distributors. This is what Police Chief Carl Sferrazza had to say about the inquiry into the contaminated cupcakes:
“We’re doing everything we can to bring to a successful conclusion and we’ll let the facts take us in the proper direction. Obviously, when it comes to tampering with things people eat, it can create a tremendous risk for illness.”
If these allegations are proven, what do you think would be the appropriate punishment for the two teens?
Watch a report about the cupcake incident at Enrico Fermi High School (named after the Nobel-Prize-winning physicist) in Enfield, Connecticut from WFSB:
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