A girlfriend has sparked heated debate after posting pictures of a cocaine-themed birthday cake she had made for her partner.
Stacey Morris, 22, ordered the cake for boyfriend Ollie – and it came iced with incredibly detailed decorations including lines of fake coke, icing ecstasy tablets and rolled up £50 notes.
While Stacey said it was “just a joke”, she received thousands of messages after uploading images of the cake to Facebook.
Some people joked that the viral photos had “Jeremy Kyle written all over it” – but others failed to see the funny side and said it “went too far”.
One woman even said it was “bloody disgusting”.
While some did not approve, thousands of others thought the creation was brilliant, with many tagging their own friends and requesting something similar for their own birthdays.
Dale Waring wrote: “Whoever’s slating this needs to not comment lol .
“There’s over 7 billion people on this planet and we all have different styles of living.
“Live life how yah want and don’t let no one tell you different and don’t put no one down while doing it.
“We only have one life so make the most of it . If somebody else’s style of living bothers you ignore them don’t talk to them.”
Others joked that the viral photos had “Jeremy Kyle written all over”.
Stacey, an admin worker from King’s Lynn, Norfolk, said: “It has always been a joke between us and all our friends because we watch lots of films and programmes about drugs.
“So when I was having a cake done and I spotted this idea online it was perfect.
“I wanted something different that everyone would remember.
“It was a surprise. We had a few friends around for drinks for his birthday and we brought the cake out at midnight.
“A few people said to him ‘you’ll be shocked when you see it’ and he had no idea it was going to be like that.
“When he saw it he just stood there looking at it. It was really funny.”
She added: “I put it on Facebook and it has just gone crazy since then with people commenting and stuff.
“I’ve had a few negative comments but mostly positive ones and the girl who made the cake has been inundated too.”
Stacey ordered the cake from a local home baker and gave it to Ollie – who doesn’t want to reveal his full name – on Wednesday.
It was supposed to cost £35 but she got it for free when the maker apparently made a mistake with the filling and refused to accept any payment.
The ‘powder’ was made from icing sugar and the notes were made of sugar paper.