A Missouri woman frantically called police last week when she and her two little boys came home to find a completely naked woman sitting on their couch.
According to WGN-TV, Brianna Willey had no idea who the woman was, but she reportedly said her name was Catherine. And she was in dressed in nothing but her birthday suit—for a birthday party, apparently.
“I asked her who she was and why she was there and she told me her name was Catherine and she was there for the birthday party,” said Willey. “And she was definitely dressed for it.”
According to WGN-TV, it looked as if the woman had stripped inside Willey’s house right after stumbling inside.
They did not say where she thought this alleged party was being held.
“I had to ask her to let me in the house and she put her clothes on backwards, then she realized her clothes were on backwards, so she proceeded to take them back off as I was standing there,” Willey said.
“Officers who later arrived on scene and placed her in custody advised that she was highly intoxicated,” Cpl. Benjamin Litterall of the Pevely Police Department added.
Police later revealed that this isn’t even the first time this particular woman, later identified as Catherine Therrell, has entered a stranger’s house while drunk.
According to police, Therrell crashed her car into somebody’s house back in February, narrowly missing a mother and child, who were sitting on the couch watching TV.
Police say Therrell's blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit.
She has since been charged with driving while intoxicated persistent offender and second-degree property damage, with a $10,000 bond.
Several news outlets have since shared this unbelievable story on Facebook, where comments have run the gamut from horrified to amused.
“In a related story, a local woman and her young sons have reported issues with their eyesight after seeing a naked woman,” one person commented on the Fox 6 Now Facebook page.
“Oooops wrong House....think? This woman has an issue with alcohol? ??” another person added.
“I wish they could force those in drug and alcohol addictions to go to mandatory rehab and not a 90 day thing maybe some kind of year long boot camp or something,” one woman wrote on the Fox 4 Facebook page.
“This is why people should lock their doors, no matter how "safe" or small their town is. Yikes,” another woman commented.