VPD reports resident finds naked man cooking eggs in kitchen
If you think or thought you heard or seen it all, read about the Vancouver resident who found a naked man in his house cooking eggs in the kitchen.
Vancouver Police reporter shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday (October 18), a 35-year-old man walked into a home near Cambie Street and King Edward Avenue through a closed, but unlocked door.
Vancouver media release said the man removed his shoes and all of his clothing, took eggs out of the fridge, and began making a meal in the kitchen, damaging the stove and microwave in the process.
Police said the resident of the home, watching TV in another room, heard the man, but thought the noise was his roommate. When he went to investigate, he found the naked man, chased him out of the house, and called police.
Police said responding officers were quick to find a naked suspect a few blocks away. He was arrested and charges of mischief and break-and-enter have been requested.
There have been 1,600 residential break-ins in Vancouver this year. Approximately one out of every three of those show no signs of forced entry, and happened when someone entered through an unlocked or open door or window.
This is not the first time police in Vancouver have arrested a naked man after breaking into a home to make eggs.