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A Hong Kong student high: No jail time for selling cannabis cupcakes and brownies

A secondary school student was spared jail for selling drug-laced delicacies to her classmates at her school's athletics meet in Tsing Yi last year.

Dora Radic, 18, was slapped with a HK$10,000 fine in Tsuen Wan Court yesterday after she previously pleaded guilty to one count of trafficking a dangerous drug involving 0.38 grams of cannabis in the form of five "hash brownies" and 22 "weed cupcakes" at Tsing Yi Sports Ground on November 3 last year.

Her co-defendant, Natasha Richards, 17, admitted the same charge earlier and will be sentenced on January 11.

Radic is a Form Four student at the YMCA of Hong Kong Christian College, while Richards is an ex-student who is now studying in Macau.

The court heard earlier that a teacher at the school first learned about the sale of the cakes through a pupil who saw messages on Facebook.

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