Pantsless Man, 18, Arrested At Messy Home


STAMFORD, Conn., Oct. 5 (UPI) — Police in Connecticut said they arrested a man whose mother called 911 to report he was swearing at her during an argument about his messiness.

Investigators said a 54-year-old Stamford woman called police Sunday night and reported her son, Luis Perez, 18, had started shouting profanities at her during an argument about his refusal to clean up the home, The Stamford Advocate reported Wednesday.

The mother told police she works 12-hour days as a nanny and the house is clean when she leaves for work in the morning. She said the house is messy by the time she returns and Perez often has friends she does not know at the home when she arrives.

Police said they went into Perez’s room and found him talking on his cellphone under his blankets. They said he refused to put on pants and come speak with his mother.

Sgt. Simon Blanc said Perez told the officers he was in his “drawers” and “he has rights.”

Perez was uncooperative with police and hostile toward his mother, police said. He was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge.

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