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A West Virginia man said he got a rude awakening last week when he discovered an intruder in his house.

Zach McGuire said he heard a noise when a stranger entered his home, but he thought it was just a family member.

He didn’t think too much of the talking he heard coming from the kitchen.

“I started hearing the same voice. I was like, “Somebody’s in there talking to themselves,” he said.

Then, he realized he didn’t recognize her voice. It was a complete stranger.

“I came flying out here into the kitchen, and she’s standing right there in front of the microwave, getting ready to nuke my butter. And I told her she ‘butter’ not.” – Zach McGuire.

He said he had the woman sit on the floor and called the police.

“It startled her a lot more than it did me,” he said. “And she didn’t really have a good reaction to it. She just sat down and started crying on the floor.”

He recommends everyone keep their doors locked and gave some advice for any future intruders and guests.

“B-Y-O-B means ‘bring your own butter,'” he said

Check out the full story and his amazing interview here:

Man catches intruder trying to microwave butter in his kitchen

ROANOKE, Va (WSET) -- A local man said he got a rude awakening last week when he discovered an intruder in his house. “I was in here on the bed on my phone. My aunt lives upstairs, my grandma has a key," said Zach McGuire.