Man Finds Random Woman Living In His Attic That Thinks She Actually Lives There And He Is The Intruder

Just a classic case of mistaken identity here. The big problem? The woman mistook her own identity. “Have you seen Francine? No, I’m Francine!! No!! She’s Francine!!” Francine-Gate. I’m not even sure what I would do if someone came into my house and said that I was the intruder. If it was Chris Christie, I guess he’d own the place then. This guy in Seattle, however, wasn’t going to be swayed by some crazy chick.

Via KOMO News:

“When Davis Wahlman arrived at his Green Lake home on Monday night he noticed a couple of lights on inside that usually would be off.

“I don’t immediately freak out but I’m like ‘This is not ordinary,'” recalled Wahlman, who is an employee at KOMO News.

Once inside, Wahlman also found a screen from a bathroom window inside the tub, but he didn’t think too much of it until the next morning when strange noises in the attic startled him. The bathroom window, which is a small space, is located upstairs but can’t be easily accessed without something or someone to lift a person.

“I am kind of jolted out of bed,” said Wahlman. “I hear rummaging around above me, which I know is the attic so I’m like ‘That’s kind of weird.'”

As Wahlman tried to figure out what was going on he noticed a light was on in the office. The door was locked so he knocked but got no response. He then tried to find something to protect himself then knocked on the door again. It was then he heard a woman’s voice.

“‘Jimmy? Is that you, Jimmy?'” recalled Wahlman. “I’m like ‘No, it’s not Jimmy. Who is this and why are you In my house?'”

Wahlman immediately called 911 . Then the woman — a stranger — opened the office door and was face-to-face with him.

“I’m like ‘Who the heck are you?’ Why are you in my house?'” Wahlman said. “And she just keeps kind of going ‘This is my house. I live here. I’ve been here for three days. Jimmy said I could live here, Jimmy said I could stay here.'”

A spokesman for Seattle Police said records show the call was received at 9:01 a.m. and the first officer was dispatched at 9:07 am. The spokesman said at 9:03 a.m. the victim reported the suspect left the home in an unknown direction.

Wahlman is now puzzled as to how the woman even got into his home — nothing appeared stolen. There were just a few things out of place including a fire escape ladder that Wahlman found hanging from the deck, which the suspect likely found inside a closet after gaining access to the home.

“It’s just weird, you know?'” said Wahlman.”

Well, not from experience, Wahlman, but I get the gist of what you’re saying. It is kind of weird that some random chick was breaking into your house and telling you that you were the intruder in your own home. It’s definitely not a normal thing, so I’ve never been lucky enough to experience, but I can probably fancy a guess. I think the end of the day here, the dude needs to lock his bathroom window. That’s usually the first window I lock anyway. I’ve seen enough cartoons where people enter each other’s houses through the windows. I don’t need to be dropping the kids off at the pool and having someone climbing in my window. That’s a horror movie-level incident.