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Angry mom 'drop kicks' boy's birthday cake at Kroger bakery

Posted at 3:48 PM, Jun 16, 2016

An innocent birthday cake felt the wrath of an angry mom last weekend in Michigan.

Police in Bloomfield Township — located about 25 miles northeast of Detroit — are investigating after a woman allegedly destroyed a boy's birthday cake at a Kroger grocery store.

According to police, the woman went to the supermarket's bakery section to pick up a custom-made "Superman V. Batman" birthday cake.

The woman was apparently not satisfied with the cake, and went back behind the bakery counter to fix it herself, police said. When employees told the woman she couldn't be back there, she became upset.

That's when she took the cake to the front of the store and "proceeded to 'drop kick' it." Police said pieces of cake went flying all over the bakery section.

As the woman left, she also kicked over a wet floor sign.

Officers spoke with the woman, who told police she was upset about the poor quality of the decoration. She said she went behind the counter because employees told her she could, and denied kicking the cake, saying it fell out of her hand.

A witness told police she threw the cake to the ground, stepped on it several times and yelled, "They f***ing ruined my seven-year-old's birthday cake!"