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University student buys ‘sorry I tried to bite you’ cake for police officer after being arrested for assaulting him

By Mason White 8:13 AM October 22, 2017
Celine Dally with the officer and the cake
Celine Dally with the officer and the cake
By: Emily Lewis

(Scroll down for video) A University student said that she was bullied on social media and her car was vandalized after she made headlines over her drunken arrest.

Now, she is making headlines again, but this time for her creative apology to a police officer.

Celine Dally of Lake Charles, Louisiana, said that she attended a wine tasting recently at McNeese State University, where she drank a few glasses of wine.

Dally left the party with her friend. On her way home, Dally passed out in her friend’s car. The concerned friend called for help.

According to Dally, she woke up in a jail cell. She had no recollection of the incident for which she was charged with public intoxication and assaulting a police officer.

Dally was told that she tried to bite the officer who was trying to help her.

The university student regretted her drunken actions and tried to make amends by bringing a cookie type cake to the officer along with a sincere apology.

The message on the cake read: “Sorry, I tried to bite you.” The officer posed for a photo with Dally.

The apology was accepted and Dally uploaded the photo to Facebook with the caption: “Most of you don’t know lol, but I was arrested for public intoxication and also for assaulting an officer (not proud of it but it happened).

“Anyway, as most of you do know I’m way too nice. My conscience was eating at me so I decided to find Officer Guillory (who’s super sweet btw) and apologize with a cookie cake! Lol just thought I’d share with y’all.”

After her post went viral, Dally posted a video on which she spoke about being bullied and said that she wants to use her negative experience to bring awareness to the horrific effects of cyber-bullying, which she said sometimes leads to suicide.

“I don’t think people really understand the hurt that you feel when you read 1,000 times a day that people are mad that you didn’t get ‘a clip emptied in your face’. It can really take a toll. Think before you comment,” she wrote on Facebook.