Goldilocks burglar discovered by New Zealand home-owner

But the story did not have a happy ending for Vanessa Joy Long, 39, who has long blonde hair tied back in a ponytail, when her victim exercised an option not available to the Three Bears and called police.
Long pleaded guilty in Christchurch District Court on Monday, saying she had entered the house through an unlocked back door.

She told the court that she had blacked out and had no idea what happened.
Judge Stephen Erber remanded her on bail for sentencing until September 1.
The home-owner is seeking £720 in damages for damage to the bedding and mattress, and the cost of food, drink.
In Robert Southey’s fairy story, published in 1837, blonde-haired Goldilocks wanders into the house of three bears in a forest, sits in their chairs, eats their food and falls asleep in a bed before being discovered.


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