Two Connecticut high school students found themselves in hot water earlier this month after a "disgusting" prank they allegedly pulled on their schoolmates was revealed.
According to ABC 40 News, two upperclassmen females who attend Fermi High School in Enfield, Conn., are accused of giving their fellow students urine-infused cupcakes.
The girls allegedly peed into the cupcake batter before baking the sweet treats and handing them out to students throughout the course of a couple of days, WFSB-TV reports.
"Anyone they didn't like, they gave the cupcakes to," one Fermi High School student said.
The station reports the teens were approached by the school's administration after officials learned of the girls' dirty secret from one their friends.
According to Patch.com, the students may face criminal charges for their nasty prank.
"If there is probable cause, there will be arrests," Enfield Police Chief Carl Sferrazza said.
Parent Keith Laramee told ABC 40 News that he believes the two students should be expelled for their behavior.
"It was a little difficult to believe honestly," Laramee said. "It sounds like something out of a movie. Like 'Mean Girls' or something."
While no one has needed medical attention due to the tainted cupcakes, students say that victims of the prank were repulsed when they learned the truth.
"They were disgusted and a bunch of people who ate them got really sick," freshman Deline Laramee told WFSB.
This is not the first time this year that a teenager has been accused on putting bodily fluids into a cupcake. In May, The Huffington Post reported that a 16-year-old boy was suspended from his Minnesota high school after allegedly giving a classmate a cupcake laced with his semen.