A woman who made a marijuana-themed birthday cake instead of a Moana cake said she's been fired from her job at Dairy Queen.
It all started when Tammy Davis called the store in Milledgeville, Georgia, and asked for workers to make a cake with the Disney character Moana on top, in honor of her daughter Kensli's favorite character, for her 25th birthday party.
When Kensli picked up the ice cream cake, it was instead decorated with a large cannabis leaf and a green 'My Little Pony' horse smoking a spliff.
After photos of the cake went viral, decorator Cassandra Walker said she was let go from her job, reported USA TODAY.
A Dairy Queen worker who decorated a marijuana-themed cake complete with pot-smoking 'My Little Pony' instead of a Moana cake has been fired
Cassandra Walker (left and right) claims it was a manager at the Dairy Queen in Milledgeville, Georgia, that misheard the order. On Monday, she was served separation papers
Walker, a mother-of-two, told USA TODAY that she questioned the order, which her manager took down from the customer, but was told to make the cake.
'The manager stood behind me while I pulled the images off the internet,' she told the newspaper.
'She walked by as I decorated the cake. As I boxed the cake up, she was the one who walked it up to the front.'
However, after photos of the cake went viral, Walker was served separation papers on Monday, which was her birthday, reported USA TODAY.
'It was a mistake,' she said.