Man breaks into Celine Dion’s home

Laval man ate singer’s pastries, took a bath

A Quebec man was arrested Monday after he allegedly broke into Celine Dion’s home, ate some pastries and poured himself a bath. Police say the man hopped a fence then found a set of keys in an unlocked car. Inside, he made himself at home before accidentally triggering an alarm. No one from the Dion family was home. Daniel Bedard of Laval was charged with breaking and entering, auto theft and causing property damage.

The Globe and Mail


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