A woman who made a birthday cake with a marijuana theme instead of a Moana cake said she was fired from her job at Dairy Queen.
It all started when Tammy Davis called the store in Milledgeville, Georgia, and asked to make a cake with the Disney character Moana on top, in honor of her daughter Kensli's favorite character for her 25-year birthday party.
When Kensli picked up the ice cream cake, it was instead decorated with a large cannabis leaf and a green & # 39; My Little Pony & # 39; horse that smoked a joint.
After photos of the cake had gone viral, decorator Cassandra Walker said she was being released from her job, reported USA TODAY.
A Dairy Queen worker who has decorated a cake with a marijuana theme with a jar of smoke-free & # 39; My Little Pony & # 39; instead of a Moana cake
Cassandra Walker (left and right) claims that it was a manager at the Dairy Queen in Milledgeville, Georgia, who violated the order. On Monday she got to see divorce papers
Walker, a mother of two, told USA TODAY that she questioned the order, which her manager took from the customer, but was instructed to make the cake.
& # 39; The manager stood behind me as I pulled the images off the internet & # 39 ;, she told the newspaper.
& # 39; She walked by when I decorated the cake. While I took the cake off, she was the one who brought it out. & # 39;
However, after the photos of the cake had gone viral, Walker was given divorce papers on Monday, which was her birthday, USA reported TODAY.
& # 39; It was a mistake, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; It could be considered as a learning experience. I would have accepted that. I would have accepted to be written down. But to be on this task for almost a year and not to write down, not to get into trouble and just to be missed, it is not funny for me. & # 39;
Al Autry, one of the owners of the Dairy Queen, told USA TODAY in a statement: & # 39; This was a simple misunderstanding from the start.
& # 39; Our cake decorator designed a cake based on what she thought she heard the customer order. When the customer picked it up and said it wasn't what she ordered, we immediately apologized for the mistake and offered to redesign it the way it originally intended. The customer said it was good, paid for the cake and left. & # 39;
Tammy wanted the cake to show her daughter's favorite Disney character, Moana, who was pictured above in the 2016 animated film
Kensli (photo), the woman for whom the cake was, took the mistake in line and shared the hilarious mix-up on Facebook
The birthday girl is seen above (second left) with her mother (right) on a Facebook photo
Kensli, for her part, took the error in line and shared the hilarious mix-up on Facebook on July 2
& # 39; So my mother called and ordered me a cake to tell them how much I loved Moana (because I really do) & # 39 ;, she wrote in the post with a photo of the illegal cake.
& # 39; Needless to say, these people thought they were saying marijuana. That ice cream cake was still good! & # 39;
From Friday afternoon, the post has been shared more than 14,000 times, with itchy commentators who wrote that they want a cake like this.
Walker said a manager other than the one who approved the cake brought her back her job – but Walker refused.
& # 39; Look at everything that was needed & # 39 ;, she told USA Today.
& # 39; Just send me on leave, write me down, one of those things, I would have been fine with those things. & # 39;
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