Those late night hunger pains can really gnaw at one’s gut, but who wants to cook at that hour?
Not Vinod Adhikary, who police say broke into a room at the Old Town Inn in Manassas, Va., on Wednesday — just to order room service.
Employees called the police after getting a room service request after 2 a.m. from Adhikary. They nixed the order when they realized he dialed from a room that wasn’t booked for the night, according to InsideNoVa.com.
Cops came to the Inn and charged Adhikary, 30, with unlawful entry and public intoxication.
Bizarre break-ins like this one that are meant to fill a basic need are unusual but not uncommon.
Back in January, Agustin Sanchez was accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s home in Orange County, Ca., so that he could climb into bed and force the sleeping woman to cuddle.
In May, Jason Rocco, a police officer in Rankin, Penn, was charged with trespassing and criminal mischief for allegedly breaking into a neighbor’s home to wash his clothes.