有惊无险 男子闯入Celine Dion家后被捕
An audacious criminal has been arrested after allegedly breaking into Celine Dion’s home, raiding the fridge and running himself a bath.
The intruder, 36, even found time to scoff some pasta at the luxury residence near Montreal.
Fortunately, the My Heart Will Go on singer and husband Rene Angelil were not put in danger as they were absent from the property at the time.
The burglar was caught by police yesterday afternoon in Canadian city Laval after the alarm system went off.
Local police spokesman Franco Di Genova said the suspect was getting ready to take a nice hot bath when police arrived with a canine unit.
Di Genova said: 'He opened the water taps, was pouring a nice warmish bath (and) he even managed to eat some pastry that was in the fridge.
'The suspect was coming down the big staircase and was asking: "Hey, guys what are you doing here?"
'So the officers replied: "What are you doing here?" and they proceeded to put him under arrest.'
The man reportedly jumped over a fence to access the property after pinching a garage door opener he found in an unlocked vehicle.
Daniel Bedard, a Laval resident, was arraigned on charges including breaking and entering, car theft and causing property damage.
Mr Di Genova said there was another incident at Dion's mansion in 2009 when another man jumped the fence, but was stopped by the security firm that was keeping an eye on the property before he could enter the home.
Dion and Angelil usually live in Florida but use the Laval home when they return to Quebec - where the 43-year-old singer was born and raised.
The Grammy-winner has a ten-year-old son and ten-month old fraternal twins with Angelil, who is 26 years her senior.