Man Enters Wrong Home, Sleeps on Dog Bed with a hundred and fifty Pound working dog
WAUKESHA, Wisc. -- A Wisconsin home-owner referred to as police early Tuesday when she found a trespasser in her house sleeping on her dog's bed.
Police aforementioned the young man probably entered the house through AN unlatched side entrance, in step with WITI.
Officers aforementioned the person was "heavily intoxicated" when celebrating New Year's Day Eve. He "accidentally entered the incorrect residence" and fell asleep with the owner's 150-pound working dog, Benton, on the dog bed.
Police say the young man was cooperative. He wasn't charged.
"They told ME it may are a great deal worse. (The young man) did not grasp wherever he was. He could not see -- his glasses were tossed around the front room somewhere" aforementioned Lynn Sarver, Benton's owner. "He was terribly justificatory."
Sarver WITI her dog could be a Boerboel, a kind of working dog. in step with the American Kennel Club:
"Boerboels are discouraging however discerning guardians of home and family UN agency learned their trade whereas protective remote South African homesteads from fierce predators."