Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Billy Joel told the audience at his Madison Square Garden show Thursday night that he is well prepared if intruders try to make a second run on his Long Island home after a break-in last month.
The singer even dared the perpetrators to hit his house again, saying, "I got dogs, lights, guns, everything at the house now."
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Joel's home was broken into and vandalized in late January, while the performer was away at his last performance at Madison Square Garden. WABC-TV reported at the time that the intruder or intruders damaged a dozen of Joel's cherished motorcycles and a home office at the residence.
According to TMZ, the burglar or burglars broke in by shattering a glass door accessing the piano man's garage. Nothing was reported stolen, and no suspects have been apprehended in connection with the crime.
"Last time I was here they hit my house," Joel told the crowd Thursday, recalling the incident. "I guess everyone knows I'm not home. I got dogs, lights, guns, everything at the house now. I'm hoping they try it again. Come, come! Bring it on! Anyway, everyone is fine."
H/T: Rolling Stone