Dog owner wakes up on New Year's to find 'heavily intoxicated' stranger sleeping with her 150-pound mastiff

Then again, who among us hasn't fallen asleep in a neighbor's dog bed after a night of partying?

Wait, scratch that.

A homeowner in Waukesha, Wis., woke up on New Year’s Day to find a neighbor passed out alongside Benton ─ her 150-pound mastiff ─ after drunkenly wandering into the house in the middle of the night.

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"I woke up and saw someone over here on this dog bed,” Lynn Sarver told Fox 6 of finding the man at 5:15 a.m. on New Year’s Day, after he stumbled through what police believe was possibly an unlocked side door and hunkered down on Benton’s bed.

“We ran into the kitchen — grabbed a knife. Then we were scared,” Sarver added.

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The mysterious man had no ill intentions, according to a police report, and had merely mistaken Sarver’s home for his own while “heavily intoxicated,” Fox 6 reported.

He also said he lived just a few doors down the road, and was cooperative with Sarver and police while the incident was sorted out. Sarver hasn’t filed a complaint against the man.

Oddly enough, Sarver later confirmed to Fox 6 that Benton was a Boerboel, or South African mastiff, which is described by the American Kennel Club as “intimidating but discerning guardians of the home.”

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“He’s a big fierce Boerboel,” Sarver joked to WISN, “yet [he] let an intruder in the house last night. A person that needed a place to sleep!”