Two teenage girls have gotten into the pants of One Direction's Liam Payne.
Yuki, 14 and Izzy 13, were so desperate to catch a glimpse of their idol yesterday, the pair jumped a fence and entered his unlocked apartment at Jonah's, Whale Beach. However when Payne was nowhere to be seen, the frenzied teens took the opportunity to take home the next best thing - his red Calvin Klein underwear.
"It was terrifying," Izzy told The Daily Telegraph. "They (the undies) were on the balcony, then I heard someone say, "hello," and so I jumped the fence. "Liam seemed really confused. "He didn't say anything to us directly, he just said, "hey" and looked at us then we legged it."
Her accomplice, Yuki, was more concerned about the One Direction band members hating her, than the fact she had committed a crime. "I don't want to get in trouble," Yuki said. "I called my mum and she told me that I probably shouldn't have done it and it was a bad idea because it is against the law. But she doesn't seem too worried. "None of my friends will care. Liam seems really angry."
However the pair didn't get off scot free. One Direction security later tracked them down at Whale Beach, where Payne and band member Louis Tomlinson were surfing and forced the girl's to return the young band member's underwear.
However, the boxer shorts weren't simply stashed away in her bag - she was wearing them and was made to remove them from under her skirt.
Yuki and Izzu weren't the only two left embarrassed by the unusual incident which unfolded yesterday morning. Payne was also left red-faced, tweeting about it moments after it happened. "Hmmm somebody stole my boxers I'm so embarrassed," posted the 20-year old on the social media site.
After hundreds of fans raised their concerns, Payne elaborated. "So how this happened ... I went in the sea in those hotel staff put them outside to dry sum1 (sic) climbed on and stole them just to set the scene". "#breakIntoSomeonesHouseAndStealThereUnd
A 38-year-old witness to the incident said the girls also tried to steal the heart-throb's wetsuit, however security got to it first. "They only took the underwear," she said. "They wanted to take a wetsuit but someone brought it inside."
It's not the first time female fans have been stirred into a stealing frenzy. Earlier this year The Daily Star reported that the band had employed a specific person to act as 'laundry security' after everything from the boys T-shirts to underwear kept getting stolen by Directioners while they were on tour. In several cases their clothing has been nicked before it has been washed, with the female staff member's job said to be to make sure fans didn't pinch garments from unattended dressing rooms, tour buses and hotel services.
Bitch should have run home and put them on eBay.