Mom packs alcoholic drink with teen's lunch

Posted at 6:05 AM, May 11, 2016

A mother in Atlanta is getting a lot of attention after she packed an alcoholic drink with her 17-year-old daughter’s lunch.

Buzzfeed reported that the high schooler, Mckenzie Strange, said she found that her mother had placed a Four Loko alcoholic drink with her lunch one day.

The girl tweeted the picture because she said she thought it was funny.   She said she later threw out the drink before she got to school.

Her mother says the entire thing was an accident and she thought the can was an energy drink. 

The post has been re-tweeted almost 100,000 times.