Man Accused Of Breaking Into A Woman's Home And Having Sex With Her Laundry

That guy you went on one date with last week have you feeling creeped out after a few too many text messages? Well, at least he's not breaking into your house and having sex with your laundry. Yep, you read that correctly. And, no, that wasn't a random comparison I just pulled out of thin air.

On May 23, Juan Carlos Vega Calero allegedly broke into a woman's home and performed sexual acts in her bedroom while holding the dirty pair of panties (that I am going to go ahead and assume that she will never be wearing again or, at the very least, soaking in a pool of acid for an indefinite period of time).

It gets creepier, you guys. Apparently, it's not the first time the 38-year-old mechanic has broken into the victim's home. The Plymouth Herald reports that he has been charged with breaking into her home on AT LEAST two other occasions. AT LEAST!

Luckily, justice is being served. The Exeter Magistrates Court are hearing the case where he is being charged for "conduct amounting to stalking and behavior which has caused serious alarm or distress to the female victim."

The man had a solicitor make an application for his bail on Wednesday. The bail was granted by the court on a few conditions. First of all, he is not to contact the alleged victim at all. Second, he must report to the Exeter police station every day without fail. And, finally, he is banned from entering the area of the alleged incident.

The trial for this creepy, weird case is set to take place on July 28.

Bet that quadruple string of unanswered texts from the guy you went on one date with two weeks is looking a BIT less creepy, huh? OK, fine, he's probably a certified creep too but at least he's not breaking into your house and doing freaky things with your laundry.

Just trying to find a silver lining here.

Citations: Man enters home – performs sex act with woman's laundry, court hears (Metro)