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Ohio high school students under investigation for allegedly putting body fluids in the teacher’s pancakes

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A group of high school students in Ohio reportedly served with urine and semen-filled pancakes and their teachers during a “gourmet” cooking competition — and is now under investigation by the local authorities, a report says.

The stomach-churning meal was Thursday at Hyatts Middle School in Powell, according to WBNS.

Two high school students are under investigation for allegedly claiming in a video that they are the body fluids in the pancakes, which were eaten by their teachers.
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The teachers involved were allegedly the judges for the cooking contest, which happened during a “Global Gourmet” class, and was captured on video. A number of students allegedly put urine and/or semen on the pancakes and fed them to faculty members, the local sheriff’s office reports.

Researchers are probing the incident on Monday and roads felony assault charges.

A lawyer of one of the students asked the public to use “caution before reaching any conclusions.”

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“[The incident] could easily have been a joke, that may have been mocked for the purposes of making a video,” said attorney Brad Koffel. “We do not know whether the urine or semen is ever placed in someone’s food. I don’t know how the school would know that.”

The authorities have worked with the officials of the school and conducting lab tests to verify the alleged substances involved.

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“The safety of our students and staff is of the utmost importance,” read a statement from the Olentangy Schools district on Monday. “District leadership and the local police are conducting a thorough investigation of this incident, and anyone found in violation with school policies will be held accountable for their actions.”

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