One Queens middle-schooler felt that the food in his school’s cafeteria didn’t include enough pepper…spray.
The Daily News reported that on March 5, 18 students and a staffer at the Jamaica High School campus were taken to local hospitals after a seventh grader unleashed a can of pepper spray.
According to the report, a 12-year-old boy brought the can to school and a 13-year-old boy swiped it and started spraying the cafeteria about 8:45 a.m. Both pupils attend Queens Collegiate High School.
The victims were treated at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center and Queens Hospital Center and later released.