He may be a criminal, but at least he's an honest one.

Michael Zaydel, 21, turned himself in to police in Redford Township, Mich., earlier this week, along with a bonus: a dozen doughnuts for the officers.

Zaydel, who had been wanted for violating his probation, brazenly posted on the police department's Facebook page that he would turn himself in and bring a dozen doughnuts if its next post on the social network garnered more than 1,000 likes.

The post easily passed the number and, sure enough, Zaydel proved good on his word by showing up at the police station on Monday, armed with doughnuts. And, naturally, the cops went right to Facebook to share the news with the world.

Zaydel appeared in court on Tuesday, where he was sentenced to 30 days in jail. Considering the food he'll probably have to eat while in the pokey, we can only assume he's going to long for a nice chocolate glazed by the time he gets out.