An Indiana man seemed to have all the qualities of a perfect house guest: He cooked, he cleaned, he even folded the laundry.
There was just one problem: He wasn't invited into the South Bend, Ind., apartment where he had made himself at home.
Police arrested Keith Davis, 46, after he broke into a neighboring apartment Monday night through an unlocked window, according to reports.
The apartment's tenant, Ashley Murray, noticed something was wrong when she arrived home from a bingo hall.
"Well, to be truthful, he really seemed like he really thought this was his home," Murray told ABC 57.
After authorities arrived, Murray noticed Davis had cooked chicken and onions in a pan. Not only had he made dinner, but he had swept the floor, folded her clothes and put a sheet and pillow on her couch.
Davis was taken into custody and faces a Class D felony charge for residential entry, according to ABC 57.
He didn't steal anything but food, according to the reports. For that, Murray knows she is lucky.
"He drunk up my orange juice, but it's cool because he swept up my floor and folded my clothes," she told WNDU.
Davis is being held at the St. Joseph County jail.