The court heard how seven-and-a-half stone Mrs Barnes 'simply mistook' his large five-storey seaside home for her hotel after travelling more than 100 miles from Birmingham to the seaside resort for a £95-a-night break.
They make it sound as if she was just tired, and it was a mistake any sober person could have made...
The retired factory worker had purchased a bottle of gin on a seaside evening stroll before seeking out her B'nB. But she mistook Redfern's large seafront home called Belmont House for her intended hotel - and tipsily went into the wrong home, straight up to bed, unpacked and poured a gin nightcap.
There's little sympathy for a man finding a drunken stranger in his bed, is there?
Adjourning sentencing until Friday, Mr Justice Bourne told him: 'You are remanded in custody. You have been advised what the sentencing decision will be.'
And still no indication how she got in. As Ivan pointed out in comments, he didn't seem the sort to leave his door unlocked, did he?