LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - Claire "Cookie" Starkdiffy, 79, told the local authorities that she had no idea that what she did was against the law.
Mrs. Starkdiffy, who was divorced in 2010 by her husband Wardley Starkdiffy after 51 years of marriage, apologized to the citizens of Little Rock for having entered her anatomically correct gingerbread men cookies in a local cookie baking contest.
Cookie said that she has been baking the cookies for over 30 years and not once had she ever heard anyone complain about her gingerbread men cookies having little gingerbread weenies and little gingerbread testicles.
She said that even her mother, Wanda Gwendette Purtinski had never said a word about her tasty treats.
Lt. Simon Carfellino, with the Little Rock Police Department, was the arresting officer.
He said that three women had complained about Mrs. Starkdiffy's obscenely vulgar gingerbread men.
None of the women would reveal their names, but Taffeta Kixx with The Gossipette Gazette did some investigating and learned that the three women are all from Little Rock and their names and ages are Anita Hoffhouse, 72; Peggy Backbocker, 74; and Maude Grassmixon, 77.
Miss Kixx also found out that the three women all interestingly enough regularly lose out in cooking and baking contests to Claire "Cookie" Starkdiffy.