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Ohio prosecutors have decided to file charges against seven teens accused of lacing their teachers’ food with bodily fluids.

Assault charges were filed this week against the unidentified middle school students, each of whom is a 14-year-old boy, prosecutors say.

The incident occurred in May during a school cooking contest. The boys are accused of putting semen in crepes and urine in barbecue sauce, which they then served to several teachers. The oblivious teachers ate the food, unaware it had been tampered with. An attorney for the youths says it was just a prank.


Teens face charges after reportedly putting body fluids in food served to teachers

OHIO, (CNN) - Seven middle school students will face charges for allegedly putting bodily fluids in food that was served to teachers. The incident happened in May during a cooking contest. Prosecutors say the suspects are all 14-year-old boys. They're accused of putting semen on crepes and urine in barbecue sauce they prepared for class.

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