Dairy Queen employee firing marijuana cake mix-up: & # 39; Not funny to me & # 39;
The funny "Moana" marijuana cake mix-up that went viral earlier this week did not leave everyone laughing.
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Cassandra Walker, The Dairy Queen employee who created cake-themed ice cream cake, said that he fired a mistake that he did not say he was not the sin in the first place. /static.foxnews.com/foxnews.com/content/uploads/2019/07/640/320/marijuana-cake-for-web_1562763810315.ps/7498187_ver1.0_1280_720.jpg?ve=1&tl=1 "alt =" Told Davis's mother came to pick up the cake and explained it was not what she ordered, the shop immediately apologized and offered to make a new cake.
Davis's mother once said the cake and explained that he did not order it, the shop immediately apologized and offered to make a new cake.
Walker, his fast food chain operator Kensli Taylor Davis, ordered, and thought he was "marijuana" instead of "Moana." Walker, who worked at Dairy Queen for one year, suspected administrator of his administrator gave his approval to make the cake with an illegal theme.
"The manager stood behind me while I pulled the image over the Internet, "Walker told USA Today." She walked through my cake decorations. As I have boxed the cake, he walks in front. "
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Walker, a mother of two, once said Davis's mother came to pick up the cake and explained that he did not order it, the shop immediately apologized and offered to make a new cake.
"Our cake decorator designed the cake based on what he thought he heard the customer's order When the customer has been selected and said that this is not his order, we immediately apologize for the error and are offered to modify the design in the way he originally intended. cake and left, "one of the owners of Dairy Queen Al Autry told USA Today.
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However, Walker was released still from his position on Monday, also his birthday, reported by USA Today.There was no report if the manager was fired too.
"It's not funny to me," Walker says in USA TODAY. "It's back- to-school time I have two little girls here I have a car that needs repairs Not funny to me. "
Walker gave his position through another Dairy Queen manager on Thursday, [1
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"It's a mistake," he told USA Today. "An educational experience could be considered, I accepted that. I would have accepted the writing. But to be this job almost a year and not have a write-up, not a problem, and to get out of error, not funny to me. "