LONDON, ONT -- Two days, two separate calls for naked people where they shouldn't be in Norfolk County.

The owners of a home in Norfolk County got a wake up they weren’t expecting when a man, who was naked, broke into their home.

Police say they received a report of a break and enter around 4:15 a.m. Tuesday at an address on Concession 13 in Townsend.

Earlier that night a man broke into the home waking the homeowners. The residents confronted the man who then quickly fled on foot.

While police were searching the area they received another call about a man trying to break into a nearby home on Highway 24.

Police rushed to the area and were able to locate and arrest the suspect.

The man has been charged with break and enter, mischief – destroys or damages property, and three counts of trespassing at night.

Then on Wednedsay evening, Norfolk County OPP were called to a Charlotteville home for a suspicious person, and again found a naked person.

They were found rolling around on the front lawn of a residence.

They fled on foot but were soon taken into custody without incident.

The 31-year-old was charged with being intoxicated in a public place and taken into custody for their safety before being released.