Q'town couple's bed-hop blooper

By Olivia Caldwell of the Otago Daily Times

The 32-year-old woman and the 21-year-old companion she brought home were caught red...somethinged in a neighbour's bed in Queenstown. Photo / Thinkstock
The 32-year-old woman and the 21-year-old companion she brought home were caught red...somethinged in a neighbour's bed in Queenstown. Photo / Thinkstock

A 32-year-old Queenstown woman mistook a neighbour's bed for her own on Tuesday night, resulting in police being called to remove the unwanted visitor.

The woman had been out drinking in Queenstown and had arrived back, with a 21-year-old male companion, to what she thought was her own bed.

An inhabitant of the Mulligan St home found the pair in bed in a spare room and asked them to leave, but when they refused to leave, he called police.

Police arrived at the address where they found an embarrassed woman, a next-door neighbour, who had thought she was in her own bed.

No charges were laid against the pair.

- Otago Daily Times

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