The Guy Who Sugar-Bombed Adam Levine Has Been Found Guilty Of Battery

The surprise confectionary attacker has been issued a restraining order against Levine and sentenced to community service.

Last Wednesday (May 6), Adam Levine got more love from his fans than he bargained for when a man hit him with a bag of powdered sugar outside the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" studio. Now, the confectionary attacker has been found guilty and sentenced to 20 days of community service.

Navid Farsi was arrested and charged with battery after smacking the Maroon 5 singer in the side of the face with the sugar. He's been sentenced to three years of probation, 52 counseling sessions, and 20 days of cleaning up trash on California highways. He's also prohibited from approaching Levine and from stepping within 500 yards of Kimmel's studio.

This isn't the first time Farsi has tried to make "punny" attacks on celebs (we're assuming the sugar bomb had something to do with Maroon 5's hit "Sugar"). Earlier this year, he allegedly threw a rock at Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Looks like his days of pelting celebrities with assorted objects have finally come to a close.

Watch the sugar-bomb in action here: