Laxative-laced brownies baked for coworker send-off

16 May, 2018, 00:41 | Author: Arnold Perez
  • Woman fired for bringing laxative-filled brownies to coworker's send off, police say

A MI worker flushed her career down the toilet by trying to serve laxative-spiked brownies to a co-worker, according to a new report.

Police were called to MMI Engineered Solutions in Saline after the company received a tip that a 47-year-old woman planned to put laxatives in brownies she meant to bring to an event for the worker, MLive reported, citing police.

Hart says the Adrian woman initially denied putting laxatives in them, but admitted to baking in a cube of laxatives after being told investigators would test them. Bay Area reports police took away the brownies on May 3.

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The company intervened, confiscated the suspect brownies and called police before the brownies could be eaten, Hart said. She avoided criminal charges because the brownies weren't eaten.

The company fired the woman, but she has not been charged with a crime.

"A lot of times you see it in movies or TV shows where someone tries to do this or play a joke, but it's very serious", Hart told the Ann Arbor News.

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