Officials with England's Bromet Primary School demanded that Kerry McCann drive 160 miles to pick up her daughter Holli, 11, and take her home early from a school trip. They said Holli could no longer take part in the trip because she'd not only eaten some chocolate she'd brought with her but shared it with a couple of classmates. Teachers discovered Holli's crime when they opened a sealed letter she had written to her mother that mentioned the snack. They immediately searched her bags for any more contraband.
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