Cop bakes 'I'm sorry I tased you' cake to woman he shot with stun gun

There are a lot of reasons you might bake a dessert for someone -- a birthday, accomplishment or thank you -- but this may literally "take the cake."

Florida deputy Michael Wohlers tased Stephanie Byron in 2015. Wohlers allegedly tased Byron after arguing about sweet tea and acting aggressive towards her.

To show his remorse, Wohlers baked her a cake that says, "Sorry I tased you" written in blue icing. Also on the cake are crude drawings of the two:

This photo released by Alistair McKenzie shows the cake received by his client Stephanie Byron.  Byron's lawsuit says a deputy shot her with a stun gun, then apologized with a cake that said, "Sorry I Tased You" in blue frosting. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Pensacola, Fla., alleges former Escambia County sheriff's deputy Michael Wohlers violated Byron's civil rights, committed battery against her and caused her hardships, including physical injuries, monetary loss, medical expenses, humiliation and mental anguish. (Courtesy of  Alistair McKenzie via AP)
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The cake was not enough of an apology for Byron. She filed a lawsuit against Wohlers for reasons such as violating civil rights and causing physical and mental hardship.

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Wohlers' attorney denied the allegations, but Byron's attorney used the cake as an exhibit in the court file.

On Monday, Wohlers was sentenced to one year probation from any Florida law enforcement agency. The lawsuit is currently pending.

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