A French baker fell foul of the law for keeping his boulangerie open seven days a week - one day too many according to the rules.
Baker Stéphane Cazenave, who has a boulangerie in the town of Saint-Paul-les-Dax, south-western France, holds the 2014 title of "best baguette in France".
But local residents won't be tasting his baked treats on Mondays anymore after officials stepped in.
This is because the bakery was twice found to have been open for seven days in a row without a break of at least 24 hours - which according to French law isn't allowed for any shop that sells bread.
Cazenave said that having to shut up shop for one day a week would mean a loss of €250,000, which would see his 22 employees hit hardest. He has said that he won't be able to keep all of them on the payroll.
"People see me like a thug just because I asked to work," he added. "Working shouldn't be a crime in France."