He was arrested at his home after party members shared photos of muffins on social media, a recent example of the Egyptian government’s efforts to curb public morality targeting women.
State publications have reported that security forces have identified the creator of the muffins based on information provided by witnesses.
Egyptian tabloids have long reported on muffins, but the offensive decorations in the photos have faded.
After being questioned by prosecutors, he was released on nearly $ 250 bail.
The case came to the attention of Dr Ashraf Sophie, the youth and sports minister who oversees clubs like Kesira where the party was held.
Sophie said a commission would be set up to investigate the incident and punish the culprits.
The woman was interrogated by a For example Egyptian actress Rania Youssef was recently accused of “violating Islam and violating the values of the Egyptian family” after talking about her physique on a television station.
Earlier this month, the two women met on the Dictok stage, which they did last year In prison They were also acquitted for “violating family values” and harming public morals.