Pupil sells dagga muffins at school

2013-06-26 09:35

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Johannesburg - A high school pupil has been arrested after he sold muffins containing marijuana at his high school in Springs.

Pupils, who were apparently busy with exams, reported the boy to the principal, accusing him of selling “space muffins” for between R1 and R5 a piece, reported Beeld.

He apparently mixed the dagga with a quick mix baking mixture and had different flavours on offer, but on the day he was caught, he only had chocolate flavour - which was apparently very popular.

He was apprehended by the principal and deputy principal, who informed the police.

A police spokesperson said the mixture tested positive for dagga. 

The boy also tested positive for marijuana and was expected to be entered into a rehabilitation programme.

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