GIRL FED DEAD GRANDPA TO CLASSMATES!
TALK about trick or treat!
A kooky California teen mixed a mystery ingredient into a batch of cookies she brought to school for classmates at the Da Vinci Charter Academy in Davis.
It turned out the family recipe included the remains of one of her grandparents — and at least nine pals gobbled up grandpa without knowing he was the secret sauce!
The cookie culprit, 16, revealed her special seasoning after unsuspecting student Andy Knox snacked on her tricky treat. “I didn’t believe it at first until she showed me the urn!” Andy said. Another student turned down a cookie after noting its “grayish color.” “The craziest part to me is she seemed unfazed and was bragging about what she did,” said Angelina Boggess, “saying that his leg could be in one cookie, with a big grin on her face! That’s when I handed it back to her.” Students tattled to the school resource officer the day after the ghoulish Oct. 4 prank, triggering an investigation. “None of the students got physically sick from eating the cookies,” Lt. Paul Doroshov of the Davis Police Department told The National ENQUIRER.
“Although there might have been some emotional impact.”
The school principal sent an email to parents saying the cookies posed no public health hazard and the girl responsible was “remorseful.” No charges were filed against the child, who would have faced prosecution if she were an adult.
The teen even showed the urnas proof The teen was suspended from Da Vinci CharterAcademy