Man’s ‘home intruder’ alert is his girlfriend dancing with his dog

A man away on business received an alert to his phone saying there was an intruder in his home – only to discover footage of his girlfriend dancing with his dog in their kitchen.

Jose Perez Brunet always arms the cameras in his home, in East Hartford, Connecticut, when he’s away, and an alert is sent if any human activity is detected, sending the footage to his phone.

While Mr Brunet was on a work trip in Columbus, Georgia, he was settling down for bed – and that’s he when he saw the video message.

The 33-year-old was amazed to see his girlfriend Keysla Mora, 26, who works evenings, dancing with his Labrador-chowchow-cross.

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Jose Perez Brunet was away on business when he was alerted to 'intruder' activity in his home, in East Hartford, Connecticut. It turned out to be his girlfriend, Keysla Mora, dancing with his dog in the kitchen

Jose Perez Brunet was away on business when he was alerted to ‘intruder’ activity in his home, in East Hartford, Connecticut. It turned out to be his girlfriend, Keysla Mora, dancing with his dog in the kitchen

Ms Mora, 26, who works evenings, is seen in the footage having a boogie with her 33-year-old boyfriend's Labrador-chowchow-cross, Nina

Ms Mora, 26, who works evenings, is seen in the footage having a boogie with her 33-year-old boyfriend’s Labrador-chowchow-cross, Nina

The pair had fun in the kitchen while Mr Brunet was on a work trip in Columbus, Georgia. Whenever he goes away, he arms his cameras - and an alert is sent if any human activity is detected, sending the footage to his phone

The pair had fun in the kitchen while Mr Brunet was on a work trip in Columbus, Georgia. Whenever he goes away, he arms his cameras – and an alert is sent if any human activity is detected, sending the footage to his phone

The dog, called Nina, has her front paws around Ms Mora’s waist as they boogie around the kitchen in unison.

Nina lets go at one point but then stands again to continue their dance, merrily wagging her tail.

The couple found Nina on a Craigslist ad and have said she’s the princess of the house, demanding attention in a nice way – and that sometimes takes the form of a dance.

Mr Brunet (above, with Ms Mora and Nina) said: 'Since it was the middle of the night, I got worried and right away looked at the clip sent by the camera'

Mr Brunet (above, with Ms Mora and Nina) said: ‘Since it was the middle of the night, I got worried and right away looked at the clip sent by the camera’

The couple found Nina on a Craigslist ad and have said she's the princess of the house

The couple found Nina on a Craigslist ad and have said she’s the princess of the house

Speaking of the incident, which happened on May 14, Mr Brunet said: ‘Since it was the middle of the night, I got worried and right away looked at the clip sent by the camera.

‘I felt pretty good knowing everything was well at home and they were having a good time.

‘I got a big smile, saved the clip and went to sleep knowing everything was OK.’

Connecticut man’s ‘home intruder’ alert is actually his girlfriend dancing with his dog

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