A RAGING mom criticized a bakery for her "embarrassing" unicorn cake made for her daughter's fifth birthday party.
Alexandra Schroeder organized an event for her daughter's celebration at Whipped Bakery in Michigan, USA.
She claims to have paid $ 370 (£ 290) to use the bakery, this price including a unicorn cake decorated with icy flowers and a twisted gold horn.
But when Alexandra arrived with her daughter and guests, she was shocked at not seeing the elegant creation that had been promised to her, but an awkward imitation with a tasteless phallic horn.
In an interview with local channel WILX-TV, Alexandra said: "The horn came out of such an embarrassing form.It was wearing fingerprints and was not gold. could say that he had been manipulated.
"When I asked to see the cake before my guests arrived, I was told it was not over."
The horn came out in a shape that was so embarrassing
Alexandra also states that there was only one table and six chairs provided at the party, the rest of the 13 guests being asked to get up.
After her mother's appearance on television, the whipped bakery responded with photos that would have been taken after the party instead of the party.
They claimed that the bakery had been left in a mess and that Alexandra still owed money.
Their message on social media said, "How NOT to clean up after your birthday party, we will not let it ruin everyone." We learned from today's experience.
"All future events will have a contract with the listed costs, which must be paid before the event.
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"We will not allow our staff to be shouted after asking for the remaining balance at the end of a party.We are glad everyone enjoyed our delicious cake, cupcakes and shakes."
They also blocked Alexandra on Facebook and have since removed their page and claimed that the case would be settled through a dispute.
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