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Sameera Motala
1 minute read
28 May 2018
12:00 pm

Learners caught eating ‘space cakes’ at Ladysmith primary school

Sameera Motala

A Grade 6 learner was also found in possession of loose dagga.

Reports have emerged that learners were caught eating “space cakes” at a primary school this morning, May 28, Ladysmith Gazette reports.

It is believed that a learner brought the “space cakes” to school and gave them to at least two other pupils to eat.

READ MORE: Dagga muffins found at Witbank high school

The learner is believed to be in Grade 6, and was found in possession of loose dagga as well.

Police have been notified, and have been called out to the school.

Space cakes are baked using marijuana, which is added to the cake mixture. Eating a “space cake”, like most marijuana edibles, is said to result in an intense and extremely long-lasting high.

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