Australia: Café proprietor charged after Perth household consumed brownie allegedly laced with marijuana


The proprietor of a café the place a Perth household turn out to be in poor health after consuming a chocolate brownie allegedly laced with marijuana is about to face courtroom after being charged over the incident.

Nathan Sharp, who trades as Bada Bing Café in Woodlands, Western Australia, has been charged with two offences beneath the Meals Act 2008 of promoting “unsuitable” meals on March 2 and three this 12 months. 

Mr Sharp was charged following an investigation by the Metropolis of Stirling’s environmental well being group.

“Evaluation of 1 brownie confirmed the presence of THC and different cannabinoids. As this matter isn’t but earlier than the courts, the Metropolis is unable to enter additional element,” the council mentioned in an announcement.

“Nevertheless, we will guarantee our residents and the group that we have now finished a radical investigation. This seems to be an remoted incident and the Metropolis believes it has addressed any potential threat to the group.”

The Bada Bing Café was investigated after clients, identified solely as Michael and Sharon, complained members of their household grew to become in poor health after consuming the brownie.

The couple informedABC radioin Perth their five-year-old daughter, Emily, began seeing issues that weren’t there and her coronary heart began racing.


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