Traina Thoughts: Dairy Queen Worker Fired After Innocent Moana/Marijuana Mix-Up

Woman requests a Disney themed birthday cake...gets a marijuana cake instead

Walker, a mother of two, said once Davis' mother came to pick up the cake and explained it wasn't what she ordered, the store immediately apologized and offered to make a new cake.

"That ice cream cake was still good though", she said with a shrug.

Kensli Davis, whose favorite movie is Disney's animated tale "Moana", wanted a movie-themed cake to celebrate her 25th birthday.

Davis' mother had called and ordered the cake from a local Georgia Dairy Queen. (Because really I do) Well needless to say these people thought she said marijuana.

Davis told CNN that her mom's reaction was priceless: "She was hysterically laughing".

The birthday celebration brought a big surprise when the cake turned out to feature a marijuana leaf and a My Little Pony-style illustration of an equine smoking a joint.

However, after photos of the cake went viral, Walker was served separation papers on Monday, which was her birthday, reported USA TODAY.

Al Autry, one of the Dairy Queen's owners, tells USA Today the cake error was "a simple misunderstanding from the beginning", but he did react to Walker's claim that she had been fired.

She had worked at the Dairy Queen for about a year.

I haven't had a chance to tell y'all about our experience this weekend with my birthday cake.

Davis' mom says workers were apologetic and offered to make another cake. While she readily admits there was a mixup up with the order, she said an unnamed manager on duty also misheard the initial order. "She walked by as I decorated the cake. But the first one was so good we weren't anxious about it", Davis said.

"I was very impressed by the artistic capabilities of them to be able to do the design that they did", said Davis.

"Just send me on leave, write me up, any of those things, I would have been OK with those things".

While many social media users found the mix-up humorous, Walker said she doesn't share their sentiment. The customer said it was fine, paid for the cake and left'. I would have accepted that.

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