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Bullied teen making cupcakes with bodily fluids turns out to be a hoax

A bullied teen that told classmates she made cupcakes with bodily fluids turns out to be a hoax.
A bullied teen that told classmates she made cupcakes with bodily fluids turns out to be a hoax.
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Bullying has become a huge problem among children in America. Whether they are picking it up from television, their parents, or just because they feel that they need power over someone else, many children and teens are reporting that they are bullied throughout school. One California teen took matters into her own hands when she brought in homemade cupcakes that she fed to her tormentors according to a report by Jezebel on Sunday.

When her classmates asked her why the cupcakes tasted horrible, she reportedly told them that it was because they were made with nature's ingredients; semen, pubic hair, and other bodily fluids including fecal matter. The Denver Channel reports that this is not actually the case as the cupcakes were actually made with other unsavory kitchen ingredients such as mayonnaise, soy sauce, and barbecue sauce. When police arrived on the scene, the cupcakes had already been disposed of, however, the teen told police of her "secret ingredients" on her own volition.

This incident has been labeled a hoax since there were no bodily fluids found in the cupcakes. However, one student did stay home after eating one of the cupcakes because the thought of ingesting bodily fluids was enough to cause stomach cramps and vomiting. This isn't the first incident of cupcakes being filled with bodily fluids and being fed to students. In 2012, two teens fed urine filled cupcakes to their fellow classmates that they didn't like. There was not an update as to whether the two teens faced criminal charges, and none of the students needed medical attention.

If bullying was addressed more thoroughly in school, these sorts of incidents would likely be lessened. Many kids report being bullied by their peers at least once during their school years.