- A young man identified as Athit Kin Khunthud has been caught sleeping in the house he set out to rob
- Unknown to him that his victim is a police officer, he decided to take a nap during his mission
- Caught on the bed even before he started carting things away, he was led out of the house cuffed
What many may have only heard about in tales happened in reality and gained media attention. A young man, Athit Kin Khunthud, on Monday, March 22, was found sleeping in the house he had gained access into to rob.
India Today reports that the house owner, Jiam Prasert, in the province of Phetchabun woke up to the sight of a man fast asleep in his house.
Too bad for the thief, the man is also a police officer. The thief had earlier on been searching for a house to rob.
By the time he picked Jiam’s house as his mission, he had already become too tired. Getting into the home, he switched on the AC and went into a deep sleep.
According to India Express, the man broke into the house with the help of a toolkit. The media also gathered that the young man only wanted to take a quick nap before continuing with his operation.
When the homeowner saw him, he screamed at the thief to wake up. Moments after he woke, Athit was handcuffed and led away.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that ailing music mogul Dr Dre's home is reported to have been the scene of a burglary attempt after some men decided to take the opportunity of him being hospitalised.
According to TMZ, four men were spotted at Dre's Pacific Palisades home in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday, January 6.
The men were spotted by security as they tried to break into the main structure and confronted them but they fled.
Police were immediately called to the scene, chased the four would-be burglars and caught and arrested them.
According to Billboard, the four were booked on attempted burglary charges by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). Other reports indicate that infrared camera's on the producer's estate spotted the intruders hoping the fence and the security team alerted the police.
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