Chicago Man Broke Into White Sox GM's House, Ate His Food, Wore His Clothes
A man was arrested Monday for allegedly breaking into the home of Chicago White Sox general manager Kenny Williams, according to NBC Chicago.
Police reportedly found the intruder at the house wearing clothes that belonged to Williams as well as his 2005 World Series Ring. The burglar also was reportedly defrosting a lobster when police found him. According to Williams, who was out of town at the time of the incident, the man took beer from the refrigerator, made himself a frozen pizza, and surfed the internet on his computer.
The man was charged with residential burglary for breaking and entering and attempting to steal several articles of clothing, keys, and jewelry.
Williams has been the general manager of the White Sox since 2000.