Drunk Man Accidentally Crushes Airbnb Filled With Police
Many of us do things that are not recommended when we have had a little drink, but few of us can tell that we have broken into a house full of cops.
Yet that is precisely what happened to a 19-year-old who “woke up handcuffed” after crashing an Airbnb that was being rented by a group of sheriff’s deputies.
Charles Pesola, Matt Vander Ark and Nelson Grant had traveled from the US state of Montana to Milkwaukee, Wisconsin for special law enforcement training when they encountered the young intruder.
Pesola told the story in a TikTok clip which has been viewed over a million times in just three days.
He explained, “Around 2:30 a.m. I heard people crashing upstairs and thought it was this guy (pointing to Vander Ark) going to the bathroom,”
“It wasn’t me,” said his colleague, shaking his head.
Pesola continued, “So this morning Matt said, hey Charles, you got home late and I was like, no, 11:30 pm.
“So we realized that one of the doors was open. Matt and I start to walk while Nelson is in the shower. And Matt finds this guy lying in a bed in our house.
Laughing, Pesola said, “This silly guy found the only Airbnb in all of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin loaded with cops.
“He woke up handcuffed.
The sheriff’s deputy explained that they called the local police department who took the teenager before leaving for training.
As part of the clip, he filmed the young man with a headache talking to the officers in Milwaukee, sheepishly telling them, “This is a first,” before admitting, “I’m am however awake in random places. “
In one tracking clip, Pesola confirmed that he and his fellow MPs had not lodged a complaint against the reckless youngster, who had drunk too much and had gone to the wrong house.
In an interview with a local television station WISN, Pesola said the 19-year-old was lucky to have fallen into the apartment rented by the cops.
“What if this guy fell into bed with a kid or my wife? I mean, it could’ve been another morning, right?” he told the broadcaster.
“So wrong place, wrong time [but] lucky place, lucky time, that there are guys out there who really know how to handle this.
He also explained that he made the video in an attempt to show a more human side to the police.
“The cops are struggling right now,” he reportedly said.
“And when they can see that we’re still having fun and we’re still real people and we’re good, that’s a good thing.”