Surely, Ohio firefighter Rickey Wagoner was shocked when a cop accidentally tased him on the job last week.
Surely, Wagoner was stunned to get a cake out of it.
The accident happened while a Hamilton Township police officer in Maineville, outside Cincinnati, assisted the fire department on an EMS call, the police department wrote on its Facebook page Saturday.
"When they arrived at the hospital an altercation ensued with the patient in the life squad," the post said.
While trying to control the patient, police officer Darcy Workman deployed her taser and "inadvertently shocked" Wagoner.
The cops offered this hashtag caution: #DontTouchTheWires.
On Saturday, Workman showed up at the fire station with an apology — a cake decorated with the words, “Sorry I tased you!”
If you think those words have never been written in frosting before, you would be wrong.
In 2015, a Florida woman didn't take kindly to receiving a "Sorry I Tased You" cake from a deputy who shot her with a stun gun.
The cake didn't cut it, to say the least.
Stephanie Byron sued Escambia County sheriff’s deputy Michael Wohlers.
The lawsuit said Wohlers told his employer that he accidentally discharged his taser into a pillow at home.
Byron, though, had a photo of the "sorry" cake he gave her. The cake he baked showed two stick figures, one aiming something with black wires at the other.
The firefighter in Ohio seemed more pleased with his cake.