A man was charged with false reporting when he called in a robbery to Colorado Springs police, after his girlfriend and a Craig's List acquaintance arrived at his apartment at the same time.

At 3:13 a.m., officers were called to the Village Seven four-plex at 4995 Picturesque Circle, on a report of a burglary in progress, according to the Colorado Springs Police Department's blotter.

Five officers arrived at the apartment, where 24-year-old Kevin Gaylor, a resident at the complex, reported the robbery.

Shortly after arriving, police learned of Gaylor's ruse.

A Denver woman, who had only just met Gaylor on Craig's List, was coming to visit Gaylor at his apartment when Gaylor's girlfriend unexpectedly arrived home.

When the woman arrived, Gaylor called police and reported the attempted robbery.

Gaylor was taken into custody and later released. He was charged with false reporting to authorities, a misdemeanor.

Nice try Kevin. Robbers don't typically show up wearing lingerie and furry handcuffs. Though if you didn't get laid for the $200 stuffed in her bra then maybe you did get robbed.