“It was such an LA burglary,” Wu described the incident. “It was a girl. I have security cameras on my property so I saw it.”
“She did a fashion show with my clothes for me in my yard, like going back and forth.”
Wu went on to recall the intruder helping herself in her shower — before taking a dump on her patio.
“Okay, this is a little weird. She took a shower in my house … But she took a sh*t on my patio.”
The “Fresh Off the Boat” actress drew laughs from the audience, but the story was not over.
“It gets better,” Wu said. “It gets better because the police and detective who came in and, you know, checked everything else … they took the sh*t as DNA evidence.”
“What a job,” the 36-year-old star commented before Meyers joined in, saying, “I also feel like she might have thought she got away with it and she was like ‘I didn’t leave any fingerprints … OH NO.”
Wu, set to reprise her role as Rachel Chu in “China Rich Girlfriend,” attended the 2018 Hollywood Film Awards on Sunday, which was hosted by co-star Awkwafina. The 2018 film won the Hollywood Breakout Ensemble Award.
It’s unclear if L.A. police have already identified and arrested the burglar.
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