A video that recently made its way around Hyatts Middle School is leaving teachers and staff with a bad taste in their mouths, literally.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident at the Powell, Ohio middle school after administrators learned about a video circulating among students showing several putting bodily fluids into crepes during a home economics class, The Columbus Dispatch reports.
The crepes were then served to teachers and staff, who gobbled them right up before they realized they were tainted with urine and semen, sheriff’s spokesman Tracy Whited told the news site.
“One student filmed some of it, and the video made its way around the school and fortunately to school administrators,” he said. “There are multiple students we’re looking at as suspects. There are multiple victims, all staff.”
Whited contends students responsible for the disgusting concoctions could ultimately face criminal charges, including a felony for assault with a bodily substance.
Olentangy Local Schools issued a prepared benign statement to WBNS with no details about the incident.
“The safety and security of our students and staff is of utmost importance. District leadership and local law enforcement are conducting a thorough investigation into this incident and anyone found in violation of school policies will be held accountable for their actions,” the statement read. “We are also focusing our efforts to support the teachers impacted by this incident.”
It’s certainly not the first time students have served up tainted concoctions at school. It wasn’t even the first time this month in Delaware County.
State police launched an investigation at Delaware County, Pennsylvania’s Penncrest High School on May 11 after a 15-year-old boy fell sick from drinking urine and toilet water given to him by his classmates four days earlier.
Lehigh Valley Live reports:
The incident has been labeled an aggravated assault.
Police say there are two 15-year-old female suspects but no one has been charged. The investigation continues, police said.
The Rose Tree Media School District where the incident occurred would not discuss the ordeal.
The district “does not comment on allegations, accurate or inaccurate, related to students or personnel, or to the accuracy or inaccuracy of statements made to the (Pennsylvania State Police),” according to a prepared statement to CBS Philly.