SEVEN 14-year-old boys have been charged with feeding their TEACHERS pancakes filled with semen and wee.
The boys concocted the sick prank as they prepared dishes for a cooking competition at school, which was to be judged by their teachers.
The sick teenagers fed their teachers semen-covered crepes[/caption]
One of the teens brought a plastic bag filled with his semen to school on the day of the cooking competition, before smearing it on top of the crepes prepared by the boys.
The teachers then ate the filthy crepes, not realising they had been tampered with.
Another boy also brought a bag of semen to school that day, but claims he didn’t put any of it on the crepes.
As well as the sick crepe stunt, the group also planned to pour urine into barbecue sauce before serving it to four teachers judging the competition.
Prosecutors say the gang also colluded to destroy evidence after a text message detailing the gross recipe was deleted.
Our teachers deserve respect and kindness, and anything less than that is completely unacceptable
Olentangy Middle School
The group had been planning the sick stunt for days.
Each of the students will face a judge in Delaware County Juvenile court over the next three weeks.
The boys are charged with a range of crimes – felony assault, complicity to assault and tampering with evidence.
An attorney representing four of the students said in a statement: “Everyone has worked very hard this summer to resolve these cases in a fair manner that takes into account the disgusting nature of this prank, while also balancing the fact that we’re talking about 8th grade boys.
“This is an example of how easily influenced kids are by what they see on YouTube and social media. They are learning an extremely hard lesson. We feel horrible for these teachers.”
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The high school also released a statement, saying: “We are aware that charges have been filed in this case and we thank law enforcement for their due diligence.
“As a district, we are saddened that these charges are a result of actions that took place at one of our schools.
“Our teachers deserve respect and kindness, and anything less than that is completely unacceptable. We will continue to support law enforcement in every way possible.”
Olentangy Middle School said they were ‘saddened’ by the prank[/caption]
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