Some collect baseball cards, coins, action figures, even stickers...This kid has a collection of women's underwear. O.K. so our perve is 22 years ols, but that still makes Anthony Schofield a kid in my book. SG

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College student, Anthony Schofield was busted breaking into the home of eight college aged women...stealing underwear. He didn't have the goods on him but admits he was the guy. This house was broken into a couple times previously.

So this is where it gets fun. Police did a search of this guys home to look for stolen merch. Here's what they found:

854 PAIR OF WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR

The undies were "hidden" in several locations in Anthony's home...in shoe boxes, inside a briefcase, and my favorite, even a Pokemon lunch box! Way to go Anthony, but where did you put the Pokemon cards then? See, he did collect cards at one point...I guess.

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Schofield laughed off the investigation and the home search saying there was no harm in this, it was an innocent "panty raid." All in fun and games...yes, 854 fun games.

Here's where things get...weird. As if this wasn't weird enough. One of the victims of the theft wrote a letter to the police describing all that was missing, in great detail. So you say you are missed 45 pairs of undies, and you can describe them all in great detail? Is this normal?

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At the end of the letter she states that they received some "strange phone calls" over the weekend...and "perhaps some new concerns."

Anthony will be serving some time, let's just say it's not a "brief" sentence.

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