Date
24 July 2017
Two teenage foreign school girls are facing legal action for selling cakes laced with marijuana. Photos: HK government, internet
Two teenage foreign school girls are facing legal action for selling cakes laced with marijuana. Photos: HK government, internet

Two foreign middle school girls in trouble over marijuana cakes

Two foreign middle school female students in Hong Kong have been accused of selling drugs after their teacher found they were selling cakes laced with marijuana, Ming Pao Daily reported.

The students — an 18-year-old Croatian named Dora Radic and a 17-year-old Briton named Natasha Rachel Richards — were from YMCA of Hong Kong Christian College in Tung Chung, according to the report.

Dora on Thursday confessed to the drug offense, and will be sentenced on Dec. 7, while Natasha has denied the accusations. A court hearing on the latter will take place on Oct. 29.

The two girls were said to have sold brownies and cup cakes containing marijuana to students on the school’s sports day on Nov. 3 last year.

A teacher came to know about the activities and called the police, who then seized 27 cakes. Tests are said to have revealed a total of 0.38 kilograms of marijuana in the cakes.

A police investigation found that Dora once had a Facebook chat with another student on the topic of sale of marijuana cakes.

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