Primary school is 'sorry' for racking up lines of fake cocaine at party
A primary school has apologised for having fake cocaine and razor blades at a party.
Northcote School in Auckland was forced to explain why they racked up lines of icing sugar on mirrors at the adults-only Las Vegas themed bash reportedly attended by the country's health minister Jonathan Coleman.
Andrew Fox, the school's board chairman, said: 'Yes, fake cocaine, in the form of icing sugar, was one of the many props and decorations displayed as part of the satirical Las Vegas theme: Vegas, Baby.
'In hindsight, this was an inappropriate choice of prop and we apologise for the offence it may have caused some people and for the reaction that has followed.'
The school posted a letter to parents on their website apologising for the short-sighted gaff and added that it did not condone the use of illegal drugs.