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Vegan Woman Calls Cops On Friends For Tricking Her Into Eating Chicken Nuggets

A vegan woman has apparently called the police after she was tricked into eating chicken nuggets when she was drunk by her non-vegan friends. The anonymous woman shared her story on Reddit on Wednesday, asking posters on the AITA sub whether or not she’s in the wrong for wanting to press charges.

It all started when OP, who’s 24 and says she hasn’t eaten meat in a decade or so, got “white girl wasted” at a party. Before chowing down on the nuggets, she confirmed with her friends that they were vegan-friendly, to which they responded that they were. OP admitted that they tasted “off” to her but thought that was just because she was drunk.

AITA for going to the police over a ‘prank’ from r/AmItheAsshole

She found out the truth the next morning when OP’s sister alerted her to her friends’ Snapchat stories which showed them showcasing the chicken nuggets packaging, giving them to OP, and even mocking her for her vegan beliefs after they tricked her into eating them.

While these people are certainly not friends and deserve to be cut out of her life for doing something so terrible (and extremely unfunny and immature) in the name of a “prank,” OP recorded the Snaps and took them to her local police station, where she’s attempting to press charges against her pals on the grounds of food tampering. The three people allegedly facing charges think she’s overreacting, but OP feels vindicated in her decision, so who’s in the wrong here?

Within 24 hours, the post has received over 6,300 comments, with responders tending to fall into one of two camps.

On one side, you have the people who think OP is serving some serious and much-deserved justice by pursuing legal acts over the cruel and thoughtless act. On the other side are commenters who think OP is taking things way too far since, while the prank was ill-conceived and inappropriate, it’s not worth ruining people’s lives over if they are found guilty.

“I’m impressed and kinda think this is awesome,” one user wrote.

Another added: “As a chef, you never f*ck with someone food. Ever.”

It’s worth questioning whether or not what happened to OP actually counts as food tampering in the first place. A quick Google search defines the act as “intentional modification of products in a way that would make them harmful to the consumer,” which doesn’t really come into play here. Sure, she’s a vegan and prefers not to eat animal products, but she doesn’t have an allergy to chicken and the nuggets were served as they came and no harmful ingredients were added.

There’s also the fact that despite OP’s righteous indignation, the police likely have far more important and serious cases to pursue rather than one featuring a vegan who was tricked into eating chicken nuggets. Again, this was no doubt a cruel thing to do and it was in no way right, but was it illegal? Eh…