A woman from Nashville, Tenn. has caught the state's district attorney's office after she was found to be hawking Chicken Pox-tained lollipops on Facebook. One posting read: "fresh batch of pox in Nashville shipping of suckers, spit and q-tips available tomorrow 50 dollars via PayPal." She told a local TV station she's selling the lollipops to parent who don't want to give their children vaccines. Jerry Martin, the US attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, condemned the practice and said that it was a federal crime to send diseases or viruses across state lines. "If you are engaged in this type of behaviour, you're not only potentially exposing innocent people to dangerous viruses and illnesses and diseases, you're also exposing yourself potentially to federal criminal prosecution," he said.