Homeowners encounter a cracker in the shape of a chalice who is surprised to learn that the house is not his own
A few video's of their encounter with the motor mouth stall they found in their home when they came back from vacation.
In the long video, which seems to have been recorded in California, a woman can be heard who softly questions a man dressed in sweatpants about what he does at her home and whether he thinks he's the owner of the place.
The squatter, who later identifies himself as Carlos Bradley Jr., speaks a mile per minute as he wanders around the hall of what appears to be a luxurious home, presenting his intricate reasoning to be there.
A California couple were surprised to find a cracker in their home after returning from vacation. In a video of the meeting, the man identified himself as Carlos Bradley Jr.
The video starts with the woman standing behind the camera and asks Bradley: & # 39; Do you think this is your place? & # 39;
& # 39; I kind of do, & # 39; Bradley says, before he notices: & # 39; Because to be honest with you, okay, look here. If this is not my place, I do not know what it is. & # 39;
Then he launches the various reasons why he believes the house is his, usually in connection with the presence of a series of items in colors that seem to give him meaning, including a blue mark, his favorite color.
When asked where he lived before he went to live at the wife's house, Bradley replied that he had been sitting under a bridge pier just before squatting at the woman's house.
When asked if he believed he actually lived in the house, Bradley said yes
Bradley revealed that a series of signs led him to the house and apologized for being there
Bradley also says that he & # 39; anywhere in LA & # 39; has been, including Skid Row, the Union Rescue Mission and Midnight Mission.
& # 39; I've walked this entire city, & Bradley adds. & # 39; I have climbed this mountain three times already. I had small treasure hunts that I had to do. Much endurance. Much endurance. A lot of walking. & # 39;
Bradley then talks about his sister and a few other people offering the woman to help track, but Bradley does not seem to know exactly where those people are.
It is at this point that Bradley offers his name and rattles with a series of figures, some of which could be his birth date.
Finally Bradley says: "If this is not mine, I will leave."
& # 39; I'm sorry, it's not yours, & # 39; says the woman, a statement resembling a genuine surprise for Bradley.
Oh, well, I've just been turned down very big, & # 39; he says and then tells the woman that he will collect my stuff and go further down & # 39;
Bradley also apologizes to the homeowners: "I'm really sorry, I did not want to disrespect you in any way."
Gathering his scanty stuff, he carefully switches off the lights of the entrance and closes the door behind him as he leaves the houses, apologizing again, saying that it hints & # 39; hints & # 39; are those who brought him to the house.
The woman asks Bradley Bradly if he needs anything before he leaves the premises, to which he politely replies: & # 39; I would like to have a change of clothes & # 39; and then speculates to himself about whether he will be able to get a shower wherever he goes.
The video ends with the woman telling Bradley that he can use a nearby shower – which he says he will clean when he is done – and says that towels are under the sink.
It is unclear when the video was shot and where exactly in California the meeting took place.