Student From California Baked grandfather’s Ashes Into Cookies, Served It To Friends - Insight Trending

Student From California Baked grandfather’s Ashes Into Cookies, Served It To Friends

Share This
 Student From California Baked grandfather’s Ashes Into Cookies, Served It To Friends


When a high school student offered cookies to her classmates, saying it has a special ingredient, many thought it was marijuana. They were wrong.
The student and her friend at the Da Vinci Charter Academy in northern California allegedly baked her grandfather’s ashes into the sugar cookies and shared it with at least nine of her classmates at their school near Sacramento on October 4, reported The Los Angeles Times.
The report says police are yet to ascertain under which section of the penal code will the offence of baking human remains in food come. They, however, maintained it was not a heinous crime and no one’s health was in jeopardy.
One student who consumed the cookies reportedly said the cookie didn’t taste unusual but “if you ever ate sand as a kid, you know, you can kind of feel it crunching in between your teeth. So, there was a little tiny bit of that.”
In a letter marked by foremost Tyler Millsap, the Da Vinci Charter Academy said they are "getting a lot of media consideration" over the occurrence and guaranteed there is no wellbeing danger to the understudies who may have expended the treats.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Recommended

Post Bottom Ad