Naked burglar helped himself to hot tub and liquor

Police in Oregon arrested a man for partying naked in other peoples homes.

The man, identified as Guillermo Brambila Lopez, 24, is accused of breaking into one home in Keizer, drinking alcohol, using the hot tub on the premises and showering in the master bathroom before being caught at a neighboring home, KOIN reported.

Lopez was arrested around 5 a.m. Sunday after a house sitter in the second home called after she heard noises in the laundry room.

Guillermo Brambila Lopez
Photo credit Keizer Police Department.

According to the Quad-City Times, when the woman went to check on the noise, Lopez slammed the door.

Instead of leaving the premises for safety — it wasn’t her house, after all — That’s when she grabbed a knife, called 911 and then her husband.

Police arrived on the scene to find the man naked and hiding.

They determined that he entered the home by removing a screen from the window.

Lopez faces charges of burglary and criminal mischief.

Hopefully, he’ll be getting a uniform in jail.


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