Drunk teen breaks into Airbnb packed with cops
A drunk teenager broke into a house, not realizing it was loaded with police officers.
- A Milwaukee drunk teen fell asleep in the wrong house and woke up in a room full of cops.
- The teenager had broken into an Airbnb rented by a group of Montana officers.
- It appeared that the 19-year-old had no clue how he got there.
A group of Montana sheriff’s deputies traveled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin for specialized training. For their stay in the city, they rented an Airbnb.
During the night, as they were trying to get some rest before work, the cops heard strange noises. At first, they thought it was another member of their group, so they went back to sleep. However, as UNILAD reveals, the next morning, they found out one of the doors was open, and they had an unexpected guest.
In a now-viral TikTok video, the officers share their story of how they woke up to find a drunken teenager sleeping in their Airbnb. After the storytime clip was uploaded by Deputy Charles Pesola, it gained over 1.2 million viewers in no time!
Eventually, the cops found out more about how the 19-year-old ended up breaking into their place and cuffed him. Deputy Persola explained:
“This silly guy found the one Airbnb in all of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, loaded with cops.”
The drunken teen had no idea where he was and how he got there.
Since the confused teen did breaking and entering, which is still a crime, despite the hilarious side of the situation, the Montana officers called their Milwaukee colleagues to come and get him. In the TikTok video, a local cop can be seen in total disbelief after hearing of what had happened.
As per WMBF News, the teenager wasn’t charged for breaking into the Airbnb. Authorities claimed he had just stumbled into the wrong home. Deputy Matt Vander Ark commented:
“He made a mistake. It’s OK. We’re gonna get over it, and at the end of the day, we can smile about it.”
However, Deputy Pesola remarked that the boy was actually “lucky” to enter a house filled with cops and not a family who wouldn’t know how to handle the situation.
“What if that dude stumbled into a bed with a kid or my wife? I mean, it could have been a different morning, right? So, wrong place, wrong time [but] lucky place, lucky time, that there’s dudes that actually know how to handle that.”
The Montana officer said he posted the video to show viewers that cops are real people. He added:
“Cops have a hard time right now, and when they can see we’re still having fun and still real people and we’re good, it’s a good thing.”