"They're always after me Lucky Charms!" said the little animated leprechaun back in the day. Now, he says, "They're magically delicious!" I mean, who doesn't love a nice big bowl of Lucky Charms with their favorite marshmallows?
Well, apparently, a Nevada woman is on the run because she made Lucky Charms that were magically poisonous! She laced her then-husband's bowl of Lucky Charms with drugs. Why? Well, 49-year-old Andrea Heming confessed to investigators in 2015 that she drugged the cereal to prevent her husband from having sex with her while she slept. She told investigators about the boric acid in her husband's breakfast, "I wouldn't use that much to kill him, but just enough to make him not have an erection. Um, there are other ways to prevent that, no?
Heming pleaded guilty to contaminating the food, but then she skipped town after paying her $50,000 bail. Authorities have not been able to track her down since she failed to attend her sentencing hearing. Heming's ex-husband, identified only as "Ralph" for the sake of this story, is now calling authorities to find his fugitive ex. He said, "I was very surprised. I thought we had a better system of keeping track and holding people responsible."
Authorities believe that Heming might have gone back to her native Mexico. If she's caught, she could face 15 years in jail. Ralph said he wasn't shocked by her behavior because she's been acting odd for a while. He said, "She did reveal to me a story where she was a flight attendant at one time, and she had a customer, you know a passenger who was unruly, and she actually put sedatives in her drink." The bottom line is don't eat Heming's house ever. That's if they ever find her.