A man returned to his home in Nashville, Tennessee, on Wednesday evening, to find a naked stranger sitting on his couch, drinking juice.

Police responded to the home after the homeowner reported that he opened the main door and saw a naked man, whom he did not know, sitting on his couch. He added that when he called out to the stranger, he dropped the juice on the floor and started screaming.

The officers arrived and called out for the suspect, who was still sitting inside the home, to come outside. The suspect, 67-year-old James Wooten, then came to the front door of the home wearing just a T-shirt. He suddenly lifted his T-shirt, exposing himself to the officers, before screaming. Police took him into custody immediately, CBS-affiliated television station KLEW reported.

During the arrest, the homeowner also informed the police that the suspect had stolen ice cream and juice from his refrigerator and consumed both. Police then found the bedroom window was slightly open, which led them to believe that was how the man had entered the home.

According to the affidavit, Wooten was charged with aggravated burglary and public indecency. His bond was set at $5,000, ABC-affiliated television station WKRN reported.

In a similar incident earlier this month, a Connecticut family returned home from shopping to find a naked stranger walking around in their home. Officers responded to the house and took the suspect, 35-year-old Joseph Achenbach, into custody. Investigation revealed Achenbach had crashed his car into home’s backyard and entered the residence through a sliding glass door that was not locked. His clothes were not found in the car and police believed the suspect was naked when he crashed the car, the Kansas City Star reported.

This image shows a pair of handcuffs at the Commissariat de Police Nationale (National Police Station) in Alfortville, France, Nov. 21, 2016. THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images