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Hilton's $2000 birthday cake stolen

entertainment Updated: Feb 20, 2011 16:33 IST

Socialite Paris Hilton's 30th birthday cake was stolen by a Los Angeles musician, who gatecrashed the party. He did it because there was something unusual about this $2000 cake.

The cake wasn't going to be served to the guests!

The hotel heiress threw a bash at V-Moda Fortress, a private house in the Hollywood Hills, Tuesday night and an uninvited guest Paz, who got into the bash through his "well-connected buddy Kevin", decided to take the three-tiered red cake after realising it wasn't being served to the 300 guests, femalefirst.co.uk reports.

"I woke up this morning with a $2,000 birthday cake in my living room. It's big. It's red. It says 'Paris' and its delicious ... At an inebriated moment I decided no one was going to waste $2,000 worth of anything on my watch. I had to rescue that cake," Paz posted on his Facebook page.

Paz admits he had to come up with a scheme to get the cake out of the house without any of the security guards employed realising what he was doing.

He managed to convince the head of security that he had been told to remove the dessert and was soon in his car with his unusual loot.