A Notre Dame college student was arrested after allegedly breaking into a massage parlor, devouring a stockpile of Hot Pockets and nearly causing a serious fire.
Brian McCurren, 19, was arrested Sunday morning after police say he used a flower pot to break into Therapeutic Indulgence, a massage parlor in South Bend, Ind.
Parlor owner Sara Ros Frazier said McCurren crawled through the hole he made in a stained glass window.
"Then he grabbed a hammer and pounded his way through a wall to get inside," Frazier told WNDU-TV. "It's just so senseless."
McCurren allegedly broke lamps, mirrors, furniture and other spa equipment before spraying a fire extinguisher throughout the building.
Things got messy in the kitchen.
"He went through half a box of Hot Pockets," she told the station. "Macaroni and cheese was warming up in an antique style oven and then [he] passed out eating Drumsticks on a table where the police found him."
The mac-and-cheese mac out set off the fire alarm, Frazier said.
“The police actually pulled it out and threw it in the sink because it was so toasted, but he was sleeping through the fire alarm and everything. He could have burned the house down. Thankfully we had someone coming in here,” she told ABC57.com.
Police say McCurren was visibly intoxicated upon being found and could not remember how he arrived at the location nor what he was doing there.
McCurren was arrested for alleged burglary, vandalism and underage consumption. After being brought to the police station, he reportedly blew a .106 BAC, Fox28.com reports.
He also allegedly admitted smoking synthetic marijuana to police, ABC57.com reports.