Tuesday was an extremely strange day for one resident in Vancouver. He was inside his living room watching TV and heard a noise coming from inside his kitchen. At first, he thought his roommate was the source of the noise.
But then the noise continued, so he went to see what was going on, and that’s when he discovered a naked dude making eggs inside his kitchen. He chased him out of the house and then called the police.
When officers arrived, they found the (still) naked man a few blocks away. They arrested him and charged him with mischief and break-and-enter.
According to the report, the door to the house was closed but it wasn’t locked. And somehow, during this egg cooking process, the criminal damaged the stove and microwave. He was most likely high on some drugs. Should have just went for the cereal.
Believe it not, this isn’t the first time something like this has happened in Vancouver. Back in 2013, another naked man went inside someone’s house and made eggs. He also took a shower inside the house before the homeowner chased him out.
Police in Vancouver are warning people to lock their doors. There have been 1,600 residential break-ins in the city this year, and approximately one out of every three show no signs of forced entry. The criminals simply walked inside an unlocked door or climbed inside an unlocked window.