A landlord has pleaded guilty to trespassing charges after being caught having sex in his tenant's bedroom by a home security camera.
This somewhat ridiculous incident happened in Colorado Springs in the USA, and brings into question the sanity of the landlord, Carlos Quijada-Lara, who was caught out after a six-minute-long video indecently exposed him and his lover.
Unsurprisingly, the two tenants occupying the property moved out after discovering that their landlord was using their home as a love nest while the couple were at work.
Quijada-Lara faces sentencing on 22 September.
This unfortunate incident acts as a timely reminder that tenants should consider adequately protecting their homes.
A previous survey from Y-Cam, designers and manufacturers of HomeMonitor security cameras, found that 51% of residents in the UK have no security measures in place.
According to the College of Policing, properties with no security measures in place are five times more likely to be burgled than those with simple security measures such as a camera or a home burglar alarm.
Devin Chawda, founder of Y-Cam, said: “With burglaries a common occurrence across Britain, we were surprised just how few people had security measures in place.
“Being a victim to a home burglary is very distressing, inconvenient and expensive for the family, installing a security camera like HomeMonitor can be enough of a deterrent to stop burglars targeting your home.”