Cops in Salinas, California – about an hour south of San Jose – are looking for a 33-year-old perp, Roberto Daniel Arroyo, who was caught on surveillance footage licking a stranger’s doorbell for THREE HOURS, Kion reports.
On the night of the incident, the homeowners, the Dungans, were out of town – but their kids were inside, sleeping, blissfully unaware of the unlawful activity going on at their front door.
The Dungans might have been none the wiser, if their brand new surveillance system wasn’t so damn high-tech, alerting them to movement by the front door.
Sylvia Dungan, “doorbell licker victim“, told Kion: “I thought, boy there’s a lot of traffic. I go, 5 in the morning? My son doesn’t get home till 6am, well then who the heck is that?”
Still, Dungan’s not exactly afraid of the licking guy – she just needed to give her doorbell a quick wipedown: “You kind of laugh about it afterwards because technically, he didn’t harm anybody. He didn’t break anything. This just kind of reinforces how important it is to have security within your home.”
Here’s the footage of the dude, lapping at that doorbell like he knows exactly where the clit is:
The most disturbing thing about this footage is the way he’s straight-up eyeballing the security cam as he does it.
Was the man on acid? We’ll never know.
Cops also reckon he was caught on camera taking a piss in the front yard. And it’s been reported that he also visited one of the Dungans’ neighbours. But at least it was easy for them to ID Arroyo.
Miguel Cabrera from the Salinas Police Department told CNN: “We were pleasantly surprised the image was so clear, to the point that it didn’t take us long to identify this individual.”
Still, the incident baffled the Dungans’ neighbours, Alfred Santos saying: “I thought I’d seen it all, but now, this takes the cake.”
It is totally legal for you to lick your own doorbell for three hours. That’s fine. It’s your property, and you’re not doing anything lewd, per se. What it is not legal to do is prowl around someone else’s house to lick theirs.
The Salinas Police Department say he could face two misdemeanour charges for petty theft and prowling.