CLINTON, Wis. -- Three students face possible discipline after botched a senior prank.
WISC-TV reports the students at Rock County High School in Clinton, Wisconsin baked brownies and laced them with an over-the-counter supplement and then had five other students eat them.
The supplement, according to police is called Zyrexin and is classified as a dietary supplement, but it is marketed as a "sexual enhancer".
Two of the students who ingested the brownies were taken to the hospital by their parents for medical attention, police said.
According to officials, the three students who baked the brownies are cooperating with police.
In a message posted to Facebook Saturday, the Clinton School District called the incident that took place on the last day of school an "error in judgment" that "endangered the health and safety of other students."
The case has been forwarded to the District Attorney to review and consider possible charges if any.