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)
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) AP
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) AP

'Sorry-I-Tased-You' cake doesn’t cut it for Florida woman

September 30, 2016 12:55 AM