A Louisiana woman gave an apology cake to a police officer she drunkenly tried to bite, reported Louisiana ABC-affiliate KATC Thursday. 

Celina Dally, a Lake Charles, Louisiana woman,  attended to a wine tasting at McNeese University with a friend when she became intoxicated. Dally passed out while her friend was driving her home, prompting a call to the paramedics. The SOWELA Technical Community College student later woke up in jail after being arrested for public intoxication and assaulting an officer. In her drunken state, she tried to bite Lake Charles police official, Officer Guillory. She later gave him a cookie cake as an apology for her actions.

celina Celina Dally, a Lake Charles, Louisiana woman, gave a police officer a cookie cake apologizing for drunkenly trying to bite him.

Dally wrote, “Sorry I Tried To Bite You” on the cake. She posted on Facebook about the incident and giving the officer the cake.

“Most of you don’t know lol but I was arrested on October 7th for public intoxication and also for assaulting an officer (not proud of it but it happened),” the post read. “Anyways, as most of you DO know I’m way too nice. My conscience was eating me so I decided to find Officer Guillory (who’s super sweet btw) and apologize w a cookie cake! lol just thought I’d share w y’all.”

The post has been met with mixed reactions, with some Facebook users praising her apology and condemning it. Dally’s Facebook account is filled with supporting comments from people who know her, calling her “beautiful” and “sweet.” The negative messages involve criticisms towards her for assaulting the cop.

“They are dehumanizing the person because they don’t see that there is someone on the other side of the screen that is reading the comments,” she said of those who left negative comments on her Facebook profile.

She received attention from various media outlets for the photo and accompanying post, which went viral. However, in a Facebook live video, Dally said she wants another issue to be at the forefront of the discussion: cyberbullying. She emphasized that the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 is always there to help people who need it.