A Texas real estate agent apparently thought it was cool to bring her date over to one of her vacant listings at 5:00 am in the morning for what Dallas News described as a "passionate rendezvous."
Alerted by roving flashlights, a neighbour called 911 naturally assuming something untoward was going on in this vacant home.
Man! He had no idea!
Police arrived to find REALTOR® Kayla Seloff and her companion doing the horizontal bop on the living room floor. The lovers tried to pass themselves off as newlyweds christening their new home but the whole gig began to fall apart when the cops searched their car and turned up weed. As it happens, the two entered the recently sold home without permission (no doubt!) and were charged with criminal trespass. Oops.
This will be a hard lesson for this young couple to learn but having access to someone's property is obviously a position of great trust. As a home seller, you have the right to expect your home to be accessed only on your terms. In Canada, I believe the crime would be "unlawful entry". No, I'm serious now.
Have a great weekend, Norm