A Michigan man who agreed to turn himself in to jail for probation violations if police could get 1,000 shares on a Facebook post did so Tuesday after the challenge was easily met.
According to The Associated Press, Michael Zaydel, 21, showed up to the suburban Detroit station with a dozen doughnuts and a bagel, and was arrested upon his arrival. Zaydel says he brought the doughnuts and a bagel because "cops like doughnuts," and he wanted to reward them for any inconvenience.
Zaydel was sentenced to 39 days in jail.
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