Man sets up camera after food goes missing – finds woman living in his cupboard

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A homeowner got the shock of his life when he set up a hidden camera to find out why his groceries were disappearing.

Actor Joe Cummings from Manhattan, New York, confronted his girlfriend when he noticed food he wasn't eating kept going missing.

But after his partner denied it, the bemused bloke set up a hidden camera in his kitchen to find out the truth.

And it was utterly creepy.

Night-vision footage shows a woman drop down from a hard-to-reach cupboard above a door.

She carefully places her feet on a nearby table before quietly stepping onto a stool and then down to the floor.

The intruder then walks over to Joe's sink and urinates in it before opening his fridge and raiding it for food and drinks.

She then appears to sit on his sofa to watch television before hitting the fridge for further snacks and returning to her hideaway hole.

Joe phoned the police and the woman was arrested and later discovered she had been living in the cupboard for two weeks.

"I have no idea how she got in there. The only way in is through the window as I am on the top floor and there is a fire escape," wrote Joe on YouTube.

"The police think she was probably coming in to rob me when I was gone and decided to stay in the crawl space.

"Supposedly this isn't the first time the cops had come across something like this."

The video was filmed in 2009 but has resurfaced after racking up over 14 million hits on YouTube.

And viewers were flabbergasted by what they saw.

"This is why you keep a dog," wrote one user.

Another commented: "She drank out of the juice carton. That's so gross."

A third added: "This is horrifying creepy."

Earlier this year, a dad made a nightmarish discovery when his daughter complained of a mystery presence bothering her.

He set up a hidden camera only to find a creepy doll moving of its own accord.

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