Those late night hunger pains can really gnaw at one's gut, but who wants to cook at that hour?

Not Vinod Adhikary, who police say broke into a room at the Old Town Inn in Manassas, Va., on Wednesday -- just to order room service.

Employees called the police after getting a room service request after 2 a.m. from Adhikary. They nixed the order when they realized he dialed from a room that wasn't booked for the night, according to InsideNoVa.com.

Cops came to the Inn and charged Adhikary, 30, with unlawful entry and public intoxication.

Bizarre break-ins like this one that are meant to fill a basic need are unusual but not uncommon.

Back in January, Agustin Sanchez was accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend's home in Orange County, Ca., so that he could climb into bed and force the sleeping woman to cuddle.

In May, Jason Rocco, a police officer in Rankin, Penn, was charged with trespassing and criminal mischief for allegedly breaking into a neighbor's home to wash his clothes.

Hat tip to FARK.

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Dylan Edward Contreras. 19, was arrested for providing false information about his identity after an encounter with Twin Falls police. Police then noticed that Contreras had his last name tattooed on his arm. He was arrested on three outstanding warrants.

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