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Ontario Man Faces Multiple Charges After He Ate A Donut Without A Mask On

He refused to leave the premises after being asked by staff.

An Ontario man is now facing multiple charges after eating a donut indoors without a mask on. 

According to Guelph Police, the incident occurred around 4:45 p.m. on Monday at an undisclosed business on Woodlawn Road East.

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A male had taken off his mask and was eating a donut inside despite staff asking him to leave the premises. Guelph Police Service 

The man, who was still inside the establishment, took off his mask to eat his treat when employees asked him to leave. 

When the man reportedly refused, police arrived and he was arrested under the Trespass to Property Act.

Officers later conducted a follow-up search uncovering stolen items including clothing and groceries.

"He was also in possession of unopened mail, and several identity documents and credit cards in various names," police added.

The 33-year-old was charged with five counts of possessing identity documents, three counts of possessing a stolen credit card, three counts of possessing stolen property and breach of probation.

He is scheduled to appear in court on May 14, 2021.

Guelph Police arrested a similarly defiant man last month after he refused to stop bothering his neighbours.

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