Real-Life Goldilocks Falls Asleep in Home During Burglary

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Don't expect a fairytale ending on this one.

Blonde Chancy Layton got a little too comfortable when she allegedly entered the home of a couple in St. Augustine Beach, Fla.. While they were gone, she reportedly took a shower, munched on some grub, and fell asleep on the couch, according to First Coast News, which dubbed her the "real-life Goldilocks."

The 19-year-old didn't wake up to see three bears though. Instead, the couple who lived there returned Saturday morning around 2:30 a.m. and found her sleeping on the couch instead, wearing the homeowner's pajamas.

Capitalizing on the opportunity for solid evidence, the couple took pictures of her sleeping before she woke up. When she did stir from her slumber, Chancy reportedly grabbed her clothes and ran out of the back door so fast that she forgot her passport there, making it more than easy for the St. Augustine Beach Police Department to track her down.

Chancy was still wearing the homeowner's clothes when she was arrested, and told police what went down. Apparently, the teen's friend told her the balcony at the home would be unlocked, so she went there and made herself at home, so she wouldn't have to sleep outside. She also offered to return the pajamas she was lounging in.

"Not what I expected to see when I walked into my house," homeowner Cheryl Petocz told News4Jax. "There was lots of bottles of wine that she drank. She was clearly not in a clear state. I told her I was calling police. As soon as I said that, she grabbed few things and ran out the house, out the back door."

Chancy was later booked, posted a $8,000 bond and was released after she promised to seek medical help to work on her issues.

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