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Sleeping Burglary Suspect Startles Victims

Its a miracle that nobody died in this incident. I can say for certain that I would not be capable of "a calm rational reaction" if I woke up to a drunk, armed, man where my wife should be.

How did the burglar end up in bed with them? Was he going to hold them up and then passed out? Why didn't the victims notice him? Garden trimmers to jimmy the door? How much liquor do you have to drink in order to think it would be a good idea to sleep with the people your robbing? Unbelieveable....

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I can see this as a problem for deer, not people. Deer getting drunk and ending up in another's bed. I mean, after they tie one on at the local watering hole, and stumble back through the swamp, one stand of balsams or blowdowns kinda looks like the other, especially on those moonless nights. It can get kinda hairy for those party animal young bucks during the rut, to wake up between a monster buck and his doe harem...

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Hairy aint the word for it if ole Monster Buck wasn't paying attention during that dark moonless night and mistook party animal Buck for..........hey !! mabe that was that weird squeel I heard early one morning while in my stand.

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Could be. Probably what REALLY happens when you see a smaler buck with a broken tine.

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Friends don't let friends rut drunk.

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