A California man is accused of entering a home, where the residents said he was making scrambled eggs and eating flan while not wearing pants, authorities said.
Carl Cimino, 61, of Desert Hot Springs, was booked into the Riverside County Jail on a charge of residential burglary Tuesday morning, according to arrest records.
According to police, three people woke up at their home around 7:30 a.m. and heard banging and yelling in the kitchen. They found Cimino making scrambled eggs with bologna and ranch dressing and eating flan, The Desert Sun reported.
Typically, waking up to a random person in your home and eating your food would happen after a night's bender. https://t.co/gurymjt19T— The Desert Sun (@MyDesert) February 18, 2020
According to deputies, Cimino was not wearing pants and refused to leave the residence, the newspaper reported.
Deputies finally were able to remove Cimino after using a police service dog, according to the arrest report. Cimino was placed on a gurney and removed from the home by paramedics, according to The Desert Sun.
According to jail records, Cimino was free on bail after being arrested Jan. 23 on a drug-related accusation, the newspaper reported.
The home’s residents said they were not hurt and there was no damage. They believe Cimino entered the home through an unlocked door, according to The Desert Sun.
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