A Michigan teenager who was found naked in a strange house on Friday allegedly had a pretty trippy explanation for his antics: He was high on LSD.
Jason Alexander Fornwall, 19, of Novi, Mich., left a party in South Lyon, Mich., around 1:30 a.m., then wandered down the road to a different home. There, he allegedly removed his clothing, cut a screen and let himself into the house, MyFoxDetroit.com reported.
Fornwall then found his way into the homeowners' bedroom, at which point, he was tackled to the ground and held down at gunpoint until police arrived, DeadlineDetroit.com reported.
Fornwell was arrested and charged with home invasion. Cops say he blamed his behavior on a bad acid trip, according to Fox17Online.com.
Responding officers recovered another partier who was passed out on a nearby nature trail allegedly high on heroin.
This, of course, isn't the only acid trip with an unhappy landing.
In September, 2012, two Pennsylvania brothers, ages 7 and 10, had to be rushed to a hospital after inadvertently taking liquid LSD from a bottle of breath mint drops they found on the ground near their home.
In August, 2012, Amanda Norcia and her boyfriend Brendan Gibson got high on a combination of LSD and heroin, and he allegedly tried to bite off her face at a Massachusetts campsite.
In May, 2012, Daniel Frank was allegedly high on LSD while running in the San Francisco Bay to Breakers Run. During his "trip," police say he ripped out a woman's hair, attacked other race participants and assaulted a female medic before being taken into custody, where a bag of hair was booked as evidence.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly listed Fornwall's age as 17, not 19.