Wolverhampton South West Labour MP Rob Marris has been given a conditional caution over a charge of criminal damage.
He had been due to appear at Coventry Magistrates' Court accused of damaging a white van at a bus stop in Wolverhampton in March.
The former solicitor was reported to have climbed over the bonnet of the parked van to board a bus in Jeffcock Road, Penn Fields. But the 53-year-old has now admitted the offence and accepted a conditional police caution.
A West Midlands Police spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that Rob Marris attended Bilston Street police station on June 3 and accepted a conditional caution, having been charged with an offence of criminal damage."
A Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) spokesman said: "He admitted to the charge of criminal damage. That's why we decided to give him a conditional caution.
"A conditional caution is appropriate to someone who we feel will not commit further offences."