The fun mix of marijuana cakes "Moana" that became viral at the beginning of the week did not make everyone laugh.
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Cassandra Walker, a Georgia Dairy Queen employee who manufactured the ice cream cake on the drug theme, said she had been fired for the mistake that she said was not made. not even his fault.
According to Walker, his fast food chain manager misunderstood Kensli Taylor Davis' mother, who placed the order and thought he had spoken of "marijuana" instead of "Moana". Walker, who has been with Dairy Queen for about a year, also alleged that his manager had given him permission to make the cake on the illicit topic.
"The manager was behind me while I removed the images from the Internet," Walker told USA Today. "It happened when I decorated the cake, when I wrapped the cake, it was she who pushed it forward."
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Walker, a mother of two, said that once Davis's mother had come to pick up the cake and explained that it was not what she had ordered, the store s & # 39; He was immediately excused and offered to make a new cake.
"Our cake decorator designed a cake based on what she thought she had heard the customer's order.When the customer retrieved it and said it was not what it was. She had ordered, we apologized for the mistake and we proposed to redefine her as she originally wanted.The customer said that everything was fine, paid the cake and left, "said One of the owners of Dairy Queen, Al Autry, at USA Today.
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However, Walker has always been released from his post on Monday, his birthday day as well, USA Today reported. It was not reported if the manager had also been dismissed.
"It's not funny for me," Walker said in the US TODAY'S HUI. "It's back to school, I have two little girls here, I have a car to repair, it's not funny to me."
Walker was offered her position by another director of Dairy Queen on Thursday, but she declined the offer because of the way she was treated after the misunderstanding.
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"It was a mistake," she told USA Today. "This could be considered a learning experience – I would have accepted that – I would have agreed to be writing – but to hold this position for almost a year and not to talk about it, do not have any problems, and just be dropped because of an error, this is not funny to me.