ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - An Albuquerque couple is still baffled after a naked man broke into their house Sunday night.
And if that wasn't strange enough, what he did inside the house was downright bizarre.
The couple called 911 reporting a break-in in progress, and when police got there, they found their suspect naked and eating cat food.
Broken glass from Mike Wolfersperger's back door is evidence of what he said was a creepy encounter with 22-year-old Roy Kincaid.
"At some point he started taking off his shirt," Wolfersperger told KRQE News 13. "Don't ask me why."
Kincaid, 22, rang the Wolfersperger's doorbell Sunday night saying he wanted to use the phone and sleep on the porch. When asked to leave, Kincaid stripped down and then showed up at his back door, Wolfersperger said.
"At some point in there, he also produced a box cutter that he held up to his own throat like, you know, 'I'm going to kill myself,' " recalled Wolfersperger.
Wolfersperger locked the door and went inside to call 911.
"He was out there when I went into the bedroom with my wife," he said.
The now-naked Kincaid then grabbed a ladder to slam against the back glass door until it finally shattered, Wolfersperger continued. That's when he let himself in although he wasn't stealing anything.
"Apparently he was eating from the cat food bowl," said Wolfersperger.
When police showed up, they said Kincaid was lying on the ground completely naked, sucking his thumb and eating cat food.
When he stood up and came towards them, an officer fired a Taser at Kincaid and arrested him.
Kincaid appeared in court Tuesday charged with aggravated burglary with a deadly weapon and aggravated indecent exposure.
Wolfersperger is thankful he and his wife weren't harmed. Now he's mostly puzzled by the break-in.
"Stripping off before robbing really doesn't make much sense," said Wolfersperger. "In fact it didn't make much sense, period."
Kincaid's criminal history includes charges of trespassing, larceny, drug possession and DWI. Police said he appeared to be under the influence of drugs or possibly having a mental episode and could not provide any explanation for what he did.
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