There's nothing worse than biting into a burnt cookie and having to crunch your way through it!
Oh wait, yes there is: getting so upset over a burnt cookie that you THREATEN TO SHOOT UP YOUR SCHOOL.
That's exactly what a cafeteria worker named Wendy Ferris did at her Massachusetts middle school — and now she's locked up!
Following a dispute with a co-worker, Wendy lost her shizz over having to re-bake some cookies that a coworker burnt, and according to a police report, Wendy said:
"I'm thinking about going out to buy an AK-47 and shooting this [expletive] school up!"
Nope! Not from jail you aren't!
Wendy is the head cook at King Philip Middle School in Norfolk, Mass., and she was arrested immediately following the school's assistant superintendent contacting the police.
Not to be out-done by anything more absurd on the planet, Wendy also went off during a chat with the school nurse when she went looking for a bandaid — she said she 'had a list' and the nurse was at the top.
Because of a band-aid.
You guys. What is wrong with the world??
Apparently Wendy owns a registered 9mm handgun, and likes shooting at coyotes. Wendy, however, denies everything — and her husband denies them too. Like he was there or something.
“It’s beyond me where this comes from. [She's] a good person.”
Safety first! Even if she DIDN'T say it, those kids' lives should be protected!
Wendy is being held on $5k bail and has no more access to her guns OR the school.
The good news? She's still on PAID administrative leave.
[Image via Norfolk Police]
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