Nov 28, 2012 5:10 PM by WFSB
ENFIELD, CT (WFSB) - Two upperclassmen girls at Fermi High School in Enfield, Connecticut, are in some big trouble after allegedly playing a disgusting prank on students.
"Whether it's bullying or pranking, it's up to determination," said one Fermi High School student, who did not want to be identified. "But, it's at a whole different level, I think.
According to students, these two girls are accused of urinating in cupcake batter, baking them and then handing it out to students over the past two days.
"Anyone they didn't like, they gave the cupcakes to," said one Fermi High School student, who did not want to be identified.
However, school officials quickly caught the two girls.
"They told one person and that one person basically told everybody," said freshman Bailee Jordan.
After hearing the news, many of the students felt sick.
"They were disgusted and a bunch of people who ate them got really sick," said freshman Deline Laramee.
Enfield Superintendent of Schools Jeffrey Schumann, who called this one of the more disturbing incidents he's seen, said students did complain, but no one needed medical attention.
"It was a little difficult to believe honestly," said parent Keith Laramee. "It sounds like something out of a movie. Like Mean Girls or something."
Parents said what's needed here is a severe punishment.
"As far as I'm concerned, the students should be expelled," Laramee said.