Cops Called When a Drunk Tyson Foods VP Enters a Stranger’s House and Bed

Sometimes, all you need is to get home and rest. If you can, then you head to your own home. It's been reported that an American meat entrepreneur tried but failed to do this recently, and the police were called.

According to KNWA, Tyson Foods Chief Financial Officer John R. Tyson attempted to behave like Goldilocks on Saturday night. John decided to get to bed. Strangely, he decided to sleep in a bed that wasn't his that was located in a stranger’s house.

According to reports, a woman who lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas got home about 2:00 a.m. Sunday morning and went to her bedroom. Similar to the well-known children’s story, she was surprised to find an individual sleeping in her bed.

She told dispatchers that she believes the front door was left unlocked and that is how he gained entry.

Officers responding at the scene found 32-year-old John warm and naked:

Upon arrival, police located Tyson in the back bedroom with his clothes in front of the bed and identified him through his driver’s license.

He was tired and unable to speak:

Police attempted to wake Tyson up and speak with him but he could not verbally respond. After briefly sitting up, Tyson laid back down and tried to go to sleep.

Officers observed some things:

Lack of coordination

Sluggish movements

A strong alcohol odor on his body and breath

The bigwig could have been drunk, made it to the front door, and walked through the house until he stumbled upon something soft and turned his foray into a sleep-deprived snoozefest. That appears to be what happened. If so, how did he get to the house?

Whatever the reason, John was booked into the Washington County Detention Center Sunday. The charges included Public Intoxication as well as Criminal Trespass. He was released that night.

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Returning to John, this show-stopping action is just after being appointed to a new position at the company. The company just named him CFO on the 2nd of October.

Tyson Foods spokesperson Derek Burleson confirmed that they wouldn't say anything about it:

“We’re aware of the incident and as this is a personal matter, we have no additional comment.”

John R. Tyson is the son of the chairman of Tyson's board John H. Tyson. He is also Tyson's Executive Vice President.

Hopefully, interventional assistance will follow. Not only did he enter the wrong home, but he was also drunk.

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