Deputies: Florida man allegedly broke into home to suck victim's toes

Posted at 9:49 PM, Jan 03, 2020

Florida police are warning residents to be on the look out for a creepy criminal who allegedly broke into a man's home to suck his toes on Christmas Eve.

According to the Bradenton Herald , a 20-year-old victim was awakened by a man sucking on his toes around 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

The victim was sleeping in his bedroom when the suspect somehow entered the locked Bradenton home. When the victim asked the man what he was doing, the stranger replied that “he was there to suck toes,” the news outlet reports.

The victim, who was home alone, then began throwing punches at the intruder, forcing him out of the house and into the yard.

Mantee County deputies say while being forced out the home, the suspect tried to fondle the victim's genitals.

The suspect fled the area after being punched by the victim, but not before he punched out a window to the victim's home and the victim's car windshield, according to Bradenton Herald.

Deputies tried to find the suspect, but were unsuccessful according to the report.

If found, the man will be charged with burglary and felony criminal mischief.