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Principal puts brakes on cupcakes with 'army men' on them

Updated: Saturday, March 9 2013, 12:14 AM EST
Principal puts brakes on cupcakes with
CARO, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A Saginaw-area father is outraged after getting an odd phone call from his child's principal.

It was all over the way cupcakes were decorated for his third-grade son's 9th birthday party in Caro.

The cupcakes were topped with little green plastic army soldiers carrying guns.

It didn't sit well with the principal, who said the treats were "insensitive" in light of recent gun-related tragedies.

All of the figurines had to be removed from the cupcakes, and now, the school says it's standing by its decision.
Principal puts brakes on cupcakes with 'army men' on them
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