One man is questioning his cousin's decision to steal an odd array of items from his home.
Mason Tackett said his cousin Philip Hagans broke into his home and stole a cheese grater, an empty bottle of Lysol, and soap, WAFB reports.
"Who steals a cheese grater?" Tackett asked. "He's got the works. Lysol -- he stole the empty bottle of spray. What got me the most was my soap. He stole my soap. Who steals soap?"
When Tackett arrived at his home to find Hagans inside, he said it looked like Hagans was "packing up for a yard sale." But, the situation quickly turned dangerous.
"He was lying, throwing his hands, saying stuff like, 'I didn't do it. I didn't do it.' You know, how rogues do and blame it on everybody else," Tackett said. "He did pull a gun on me when I got back around the house because I guess he thought I was upset with him."
Hagans was eventually arrested and charged with stolen property and being a convicted felon with a firearm.
"It's the most random assortment of things. It looked like he was getting ready to go to a pallet sale," Tackett said. "Must have been a bad batch [of methamphetamine] around here."