A Windsor man tried to discreetly spread his step-brother’s ashes on the field at the Rogers Centre during a Toronto Blue Jays’ game, but he wound up being interrogated by police.

Robert Ouellette went to Sunday's game against the Detroit Tigers and decided to honour his late step-brother, Joseph Pazner, by leaving some ashes on the field.

“After the seventh inning, after I had a couple beers, I decided to go dump him,” Ouellette says.

"There was cameramen and sound guys down there and unfortunately the sound guy got some on him."

Ouellette says security removed him from his seat and he was immediately questioned by Toronto police.

"Once I found out they thought it could be terror related and they might have thought it was anthrax, I confessed."

"Police don't know what the ashes are. He says it's his brother's ashes but it could be anything so that is being tested,” says Const. David Hopkinson.

“Doing something like this, you are going to need permission from any venue holder. He didn't receive that permission, he just went ahead and did it."

Ouellette says he doesn't regret his actions.

"It's what he would have wanted. We actually threw around the idea and used to joke around about it.

"If I did it again, I probably would have looked down before I dumped it. You only live once. I'm not concerned about the consequences."

Pazner, 32, died from a heart attack in 2013.

"He was a great guy. Everywhere we went it was a party."

Pazner left behind a wife and three-year-old daughter.

At 6-foot-7, Ouellette says his brother had a lot of ashes to spread around so he's taking his time to make sure his remains are left in special places.”

"There's some where his parents were buried. His daughter has some in a terry bear."

Ouellette could face a charge under the Trespass to Property Act.