Dad Eats Kid's Pot Brownies, Thinks He's Having Stroke

Yes, 'brownies,' as in the plural sense.
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 27, 2015 12:01 PM CDT
Dad Eats Kid's Pot Brownies, Thinks He's Having Stroke
This undated image provided by Elise McDonough via Chronicle Books shows brownies made from a recipe in the "The Official High Times Cannabis Cookbook."   (AP Photo/Elise McDonough)

Maybe not the healthiest: eating brownies for breakfast. Definitely not the healthiest: eating pot brownies for breakfast. A 58-year-old Michigan man thought he was just doing the former Wednesday morning. But after eating several, he started feeling strange, and began to suspect he was having a stroke. When firefighters and sheriff's deputies responded to a medical call at his Oakland County home around 8:25am, though, his 17-year-old daughter confessed to having baked the brownies the night before ... and noted that they had marijuana in them, reports MLive. The brownies have been transferred to a lab, and an investigation is ongoing, the Detroit Free Press reports. (The Huffington Post rounded up some classic pot-related 911 calls here.)

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