This burglar hid under a bed for four days, putting New Jersey in the running to become the next Florida.
It's both a crazy burglar story and a crazy ex-boyfriend story.
Dude just really likes being under beds, so cut him some slack. (via ABC7)
We all have that crazy ex. Don't act like you don't know what I'm talking about. We all have that ex who we haven't talked to for five years. Laaadies? You know, that one who broke into your house and hid under your childhood bed for days. Come on, you know what I'm talking about fellas!
What? You don't have that ex? Well, Jason Hubbard of Spotswood, New Jersey IS that ex. He broke into his ex-girlfriend's home while her parents were taking out the garbage, and "camped out under the bed in a spare room for as many as five days." According to Margaret Adamcewicz, his ex-girlfriend's mother, he didn't eat any food and subsisted solely on water. Margaret's husband eventually heard him and called the police.
If this scenario isn't weird enough, it also seems like the only thing he actually stole is electricity: In addition to being charged with trespassing and burglary, he was charged with "theft of services" for "charging his four cell phones utilizing an electric outlet under the bed," which, let's face it, is kind of adding insult to injury. How is that even a real charge? If, so how much electricity did he even steal? Is it his fault his phone was blowing up and he needed to get to an outlet ASAP? All you less-popular burglars just don't get what it's like to be popular.