SALISBURY, Md. - What's cooking? Chicken pot pie. Who's cooking it? A crook. Authorities in Salisbury, Maryland, charge a man broke into a home, stripped down to his skivvies and started fixing something to eat.
The homeowner called 911 and hid upstairs until the cops arrived. Police say they found 22-year-old Russell E. Neff sitting in a living room chair, using the TV remote.
He was channel surfing while the pot pie was in the oven. The Daily Times of Salisbury reports Neff now faces burglary and other charges.
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