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Burglar broke into a guy’s home on Christmas Eve to ‘suck his toes’. Yes, you read that correctly

Josh Milton January 7, 2020
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A man broke into a Florida resident's house to 'suck his toes', law enforcement said. (Stock photo via Elements Envato)

A man broke into a Florida resident's house to 'suck his toes', law enforcement said. (Stock photo via Elements Envato)

A man was peacefully sleeping on Christmas Eve only to wake up to a burglar who had broken into his house to suck his toes.

In what truly is a story that can only happen in Florida, US, the victim awoke on December 24 last year in his Bradenton home to find the man playing with his feet, according to WSOC TV.

The suspect declared that he had broken into the home of the 20-year-old man “to suck toes”, the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office said, after he told the burglar he had no money on him.

Law enforcement are hoping to track down the man from DNA swabbed from the victim’s feet.

Florida man sucked the toes and smashed the windshield of victim’s car. 

The victim knew something was a foot after being awoken by the man at his bedside. Interrogating the man, the victim told him he had no money.

Deputies were told that the suspect then reportedly attempted to fondle the man’s groin, inciting a fight inside his home on 60th Avenue West.

The suspect threatened the victim by stating he had a gun, the police report stated.

During the altercation, authorities added, the suspect smashed a window as the man forced the toe-sucker out of his residence.

Fleeing the scene on foot, the suspect jumped out of the busted window and then broke the victim’s car windshield after jumping on top of his vehicle and stomping on it.

Patrol cars arrived at the victim’s residence, but a gun was never recovered.

Deputies attempted to scout for the man with a K9 but were unsuccessful, the report continued, and authorities took DNA samples from the saliva on the victim’s toes.

No arrests have been made in the case yet, the Sheriff’s Office said, but investigations are still underway.


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