Student spiked teacher's coffee with behind enhancement pills

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By: Sarah Weiss 

A teacher’s coffee was spiked with behind enhancement pills, according to recent reports.

Police are investigating a high school student from North Carolina who allegedly spiked his teacher coffee with GluteBoost, a supplement that aims to improve the size of the butt.

Charlotte Police learned of the alleged manipulation of Ellen Vick, a 61-year-old teacher, at Independence High School who reported that his drink was spiked with some substance, according to a police report.

A subsequent investigation determined that GluteBoost had been added to the teacher's coffee. As detailed in the police report, investigators seized a GluteBoost container filled with 3 empty capsules.

According to the manufacturer's website, the "all-natural Behind Enhancement pill" provides "the hourglass figure you deserve without paying for expensive butt augmentation surgery or endure the pain of the injections." In addition, a potential client is advised that they “can achieve their goals and get a 100% risk free."

Although the police have not arrested anyone in connection with the incident, Charlotte-Mecklenburg administrators have punished a student for violating the code of behavior of the public school system.