Raw video of the arrest in San Diego of a man who said he entered his neighbor's home when he found a noise and decided to stay inside naked so as to not alarm the woman.
A San Diego woman was startled to find a strange man naked in her bed. Turns out it was her neighbor who told police he didn’t want to startle the woman.
The man, described as in his 20s, crawled into the woman’s bed inside a home on Clairemont Mesa Boulevard around 1 a.m.
When she came home, she found him sitting on her bed and immediately ran out of the apartment.
The naked man has been identified as the victim’s next-door neighbor, Ukrainian-born Konstantin Khazin, 25.
Khazin told police he heard a noise inside the woman’s apartment so he went over to the door, found it unlocked and went inside. He then got naked and sat down on her bed.
He told police he believes that when a person goes into someone’s house, he should let them know he is there.
Khazin also told officers he stayed in the apartment because he didn’t want his neighbor to think he was stealing anything.
He’s been charged him with breaking and entering but officers say it doesn’t appear Khazin intended to sexually assault the woman.
Officers said Khazin was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.