Supermarker who has handed out samples of sperm-contaminated yogurt receives two years in prison

Supermarker who has handed out samples of sperm-contaminated yogurt receives two years in prison

Anthony Garcia was imprisoned for two years for infecting yogurt with his sperm and gave it to an unsuspecting customer to taste

Anthony Garcia was imprisoned for two years for infecting yogurt with his sperm and gave it to an unsuspecting customer to taste

A man was imprisoned for two years for contaminating food with sperm.

Anthony Garcia admitted adding a body fluid sample to a yogurt sample while working at a supermarket story in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

He then approached a female customer and offered her a sample of the yogurt.

According to the court, the customer accepted the sample, tasted it, spit it immediately, and asked to speak to the store manager.

Garcia then threw the yogurt monster into the store's garbage press.

The 32-year-old admitted to being charged with counterfeit food and to make false statements during a criminal investigation.

He gives lies to researchers by telling him that he didn't know that the spoon he had in the yogurt contained sperm.

The incident happened in January last year.

Along with the prison sentence, Garcia will be under surveillance for three years after completing his sentence.

He was also instructed to repay the victim of his criminal behavior.

According to the indictment of the court, the investigation showed that Garcia had approached at least four other women in the same way.

In imposing a sentence, the judge described Garcia & # 39; s behavior as & # 39; horrible & # 39 ;.

Several customers in the supermarket where Garcia worked were the target of the 32-year-old Several customers in the supermarket where Garcia worked were the target of the 32-year-old

Several customers in the supermarket where Garcia worked were the target of the 32-year-old

US Attorney Gonzales said: “This behavior in question is not a joke, and it is not funny. It is a crime and the judgment imposed on Garcia should serve as a warning to those who deliberately waste food for the purpose of harming innocent consumers, or as malicious jokes, or for deviant sexual satisfaction.

& # 39; My office will continue to work with the FDA to vigorously investigate and prosecute this type of criminal behavior. & # 39;

Patrick J. Holland, special agent in charge of the FDA's Criminal Investigation Office, said: & # 39;This sentence aptly reflects the seriousness of this crime. & # 39;

& # 39; The Office of Criminal Investigations of the FDA will continue to investigate people engulfing food at the expense of unsuspecting consumers. We praise the American Attorney & # 39; s Office for their commitment to this matter. & # 39;

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