Woman Who Drunkenly Assaulted Officer Brings Hilarious Apology Cake

'Celina Dally' brought an apology cake to a Lake Charles police officer after trying to bite him.

Lake Charles, LA – A Lake Charles woman decided to make amends for drunkenly assaulting a police officer by bringing him an apology on a cookie-cake.

Photos of the woman presenting the cake were posted on Monday.

The woman, who posts on Facebook under the name Celina Dally, posted the following explanation:

Most of you DONT know lol but I was arrested on October 7th 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 conscious was eating at me so I decided to find Officer Guillory (who's super sweet btw) and apologize w a cookie cake! lol just thought I'd share w y'all.

Ever since she posted the photos, many people have suggested that she put laxatives in the cookie cake. It would be very unlikely that she presented a tainted cake to the officer.

Other commenters have pointed out her previously posted photo, welcoming her brother back from prison. That photo appears to be a joke.

Dally later posted in response to all of the haters:

LOL if you are offended by me apologizing to someone I did wrong to, you may be the problem in our society.

Personally, I would have appreciated the apology, even though I probably would not have eaten any of the cake, which was probably not poisoned. Probably.

It’s not clear at this time if the officer actually consumed any of the cake.

What do you think about the cookie cake apology? Please let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Comments (17)
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JonasBlaneII
JonasBlaneII

Giuliani needs to tell white parents Teach your children to respect police.

believer2003
believer2003

she burned those haters. kind of like that restaurant with my stake.......

Astroserf
Astroserf

Sounds to me like she made an ass of herself, owned it and apologized. What's not to like about that? If more people could admit it when they are wrong the world would be a better place.

kriehns
kriehns

I'm proud of her for apologizing! I guess the officer should have been leary of the gift, but he should have made her it some of it first.

chrispanda
chrispanda

pssst

dhall053
dhall053

she done good, after not doing good.

ClassClown
ClassClown

It's a very nice gesture. A gesture that certainly should have been made AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME. If her case however, has not been brought before the court yet, this could actually be used against her as an admission of guilt. Even a discreet private phone apology prior to any disposition by the court, could be used against her, so to publicize this nationally (or internationally) here on the internet, has probably got her Defense Attorney very upset.

Mariacrz76
Mariacrz76

She did something wrong and she has taken full responsibility, making herself accountable for what she did. She felt so bad about what had happened that she just wanted to apologize to the officer-she did it creatively with a funny treat! I think the important message here is that anyone can make a mistake but what matters most is where do you go from there? I'm really proud of her that she took the time to find the right officer and then do something special for him to make amends! We need more ppl like her!

maew1980
maew1980

1st...it is not her fault her brother went to prison...you don't stop loving those who did wrong, you support them so they can change their lives...2nd...Props for owning your actions and making the apology. That doesn't happen very often.

Szrudy3
Szrudy3

I thought it was a great idea and the "I am sorry" was the right thing to do

grob51
grob51

She took responsibility for her action and apologized. She did not try and sue the officer or blame any one else for her actions. Not like the Left! Well done young lady.

CHIEF
CHIEF

Sometimes you just have to own your mistakes and not worry about playing chess with the system. She did what she needed to do for herself. Good for her and it's refreshing to see because there aren't many people who would even think about accepting responsibility for their mistakes and/or crimes for that matter.

Rooster2005
Rooster2005

I sent a guy to prison on some very serious drug charges. He is the only one who ever sent me a thank you card, which included the words: “lf it weren’t for you, I’d be dead by now.”. He has been my good friend for over 15 years now.

Rob Malcom
Rob Malcom

I bet that cake went strait to the place it should. I wouldn’t trust her.

NH.Corr
NH.Corr

She tried to do the right thing after acting like an ass; good for her.... PS - Don't eat the cookie :)

Excalibr4
Excalibr4

If the cake was presented by her mother, I would say go ahead and eat it. She was probably looking for her 15 minutes of fame (notice the pursed lips while posing). The fake photo of her brother getting out of jail was a hint not to take her too seriously. Had she really wanted to apologise in a sincere and appropriate manner, a letter to the officer would come across as far more genuine. On the other hand, admitting she tried to bite the officer, written on the cake is so self deprecating, I have to wonder about her mental state. I wouldn't eat the cake. It was probably okay, but why chance it?

Vodkabreakfast
Vodkabreakfast

I doubt this female cares whether the attention she gets is good or bad, just so long as she gets it. The truly repentant would make the apology privately, not as a bid for “likes”. That said; there are worse things in a cops career than frosting apologies. Kinda looks yummy.Take it as a win.