The infamous Cookie Monster accused of shoving a toddler last April is getting off mostly scot-free, his case having been dismissed provided he completes one day of community service, the Post reports.

33-year-old Osvaldo Quiroz-Lopez maintained his innocence throughout the ordeal, saying he never shoved the child with whom he'd just had his picture taken, never screamed at the child's Bollywood-star mother and certainly never referred to mother or son as a "bitch" or a "bastard." As part of his settlement, prosecutors let Quiroz-Lopez off with a day of community service, which he may or may not complete in costume.

If there is justice in this world, Cookie's day of trash collection will arrive at the same time as Woody and Spider-Man's, and Nancy Reagan will have all the footage she needs for another classic PSA.