REGINA, Saskatchewan, Feb. 12 (UPI) -- A Canadian man in Regina, Saskatchewan was fined $50 Friday for sniffing and touching cakes in a supermarket bakery department.
Alexander Rodrigue, 23, was also ordered to make restitution for the cakes and stay away from the supermarket for four months, the Regina Leader-Post reported.
He had previously pleaded guilty to a mischief charge relating to the June 15 incident in which staff claimed he had been licking the cakes, the newspaper said.
However, at his sentencing, Rodrigue told the judge he had not licked the cakes, but admitted to sniffing and touching them, but did not explain why.
If he pays the fine, the offense won't be recorded as a conviction, the report said.