Couple arrested for sticking razor blades in doughnuts

X-rays reveal man, woman actually ate the blade-filled doughnuts

Published On: Mar 13 2013 08:33:19 AM PDT   Updated On: Mar 14 2013 08:46:31 AM PDT
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A couple was arrested for allegedly sticking broken razor blades in doughnuts in hopes of getting a settlement from a grocery store.

Carol Lee Leazer-Hardman, 39, and Michael Condor, 35, both of in Draper, Utah were arrested for filing a false police report after allegedly sticking the razor bits into doughnuts they purchased at a Smith's Food and Drug store and then actually eating the blade-filled pastries, KSL-TV reported. Police said Condor admitted that the two had planted the metal in the doughnuts so they could get a settlement from the store, KUTV-TV reported.

The couple was also charged with aggravated assault after allegedly letting one of their co-workers bite into one of their doughnuts knowing that there were razor blade pieces inside.

Hospital X-rays revealed several blades in the stomachs of Hardman and Condor, according to a probable cause statement.