A Louisiana woman who was arrested while intoxicated brought an apology cake to the arresting officer after she learned what she did.

A Lake Charles woman, Celina Dally, went to a wine tasting event at McNeese State University with a friend. She had too much to drink, and while her friend was driving her home, she passed out.

Fearing for her safety, the friend called EMS. Dally woke up in jail, though. She was arrested for public intoxication, and assaulting an officer.

When Dally was told why she was in jail, for attempting to bite the officer, she felt very bad. Here's the story she told on her Facebook page:

"Most of you DONT 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)" a post on her Facebook page says. "Anyway, as most of you DO know I'm way too nice. My conscience was eating at 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."

KATC reached out to her, and this is what she said:

Dally said her post is getting a lot of attention from media around the country, but she'd rather the attention to be focused instead on an issue that matters - cyberbullying. She wants to remind everyone that people who need help can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at  1-800-273-8255.