A Westlake, Ohio woman dubbed the "Cleaning Fairy" was arrested after breaking into a home and, well, cleaning it. Local resident, Mallory Bush, awoke to not only a cleaner apartment, but a bill for $75 on a napkin.
"Stuff was moved around and it was cleaner. On a napkin note it said, 'came here to clean today' and had a name and address and a bill for $75, so I figured my parents hired a cleaning person," Bush told ABC News.
When investigators tracked down the "Cleaning Fairy" via the info she left on the napkin bill, she became "irate" before hanging up and yelling she "does this all the time!"
"She said she was driving down the street and randomly picked out a house and cleaned it cause she was desperate for money," Bush explained.
There were no signs of forced entry and nothing was missing from the home. The 53-year-old rogue maid is being held in a Westlake jail, but no formal charge has been filed.
We're not sure what the problem is. We think this woman should be hired to forcibly enter every terrifying bachelor pad across the country and do her thing. Amiright, ladies?