MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (FOX NEWS) - A homeless man in Northern California forced himself into a stranger’s car on Saturday and ordered the motorist to drive him to a Kentucky Fried Chicken, police said.
The Mountain View Police Department said in a news release that 21-year-old Alberto Ulloa-Avila, who is homeless, approached a 31-year-old San Jose resident who was looking for a parking space in the city around 3 a.m. The two did not know each other, according to police.
Ulloa-Avila allegedly opened the door to the passenger seat, got into the car and demanded the driver take him "anywhere he wanted to go," police said.
The victim told officers the 21-year-old threatened to physically harm him if he did not comply.