A burglar who was caught four years ago after winning a doughnut eating contest has been arrested again – this time on suspicion of breaking into a doughnut shop.
Bradley Hardison made headlines when he beat out the challenge of firefighters and police officers to win the competition in North Carolina which was held as part of the National Night Out Against Crime.
He managed eight glazed doughnuts in two minutes.
However, his victory soon staled. He was already the prime suspect in a number of break-ins.
He was arrested days later when police saw his name, according to the Virginian-Pilot newspaper.
This time he has been charged with stealing from a Dunkin’ Donuts store in November.
The Elizabeth City Police Department said he had been charged with breaking and entering, safe cracking and larceny. The Associated Press reported that it was not clear if he had helped himself to any doughnuts.
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State records show Hardison, 27, was convicted in the earlier crimes and received a suspended sentence of three years in jail. The suspended time ended in October 2017.
Hardison is being held under a $7,000 bond for the latest charges.