The New Mexico man who allegedly gave a female grocery shopper a sample of yogurt with his semen in it was indicted Wednesday on federal charges.
Anthony Garcia, 32, was named in a two-count indictment in a U.S. District Court for allegedly giving a woman a yogurt containing his semen. The second count is for making false statements to the police.
According to the police report from the Albuquerque Police Department, the victim told officers that she was shopping at the grocery store with her daughter when a “pushy” store clerk, Garcia, offered her a yogurt sample.
She tasted the yogurt and said she immediately thought it tasted “gross and disgusting” and cops noted that she “said it tasted like ‘semen.’”
DNA was taken from Garcia and the yogurt sample, and tests confirmed that his semen was in yogurt the shopper consumed.
If convicted, Garcia faces the maximum sentence of three years for contaminating the yogurt, and a maximum of five years for lying to the police in his statement.