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High School Student Reportedly Told Bullies She Fed Them Semen Cupcakes

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If there was one way to get back at bullies, telling them that they just ate your homemade, semen-filled cupcakes is a surefire way to freak them out. A Bakersfield high school student sent her school in panic mode after reportedly doing just that.

The Centennial High School student passed out the cupcakes on May 1 to classmates who had been picking on her at school, according to 23 ABC. When the sophomore's classmates asked her why the cupcakes tasted so bad, a student said she told them that she had filled them with pubic hair, semen and fecal matter.

Bakersfield Police Sergeant Joe Grubbs told 23 ABC they were actually filled with items like mayonnaise, barbecue sauce and soy sauce. However, they weren't able to test the cupcakes for bodily fluids because they were all destroyed.

So, we may never know for sure if there was any semen in the cupcakes, but the police said it "can best be categorized as a high school prank." Police are still investigating the incident, but the Health Department has dropped theirs.

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The school now has a new policy that students aren't allowed to bring outside food to school anymore.

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