A masked intruder tossed a brick through the rapper's suburban Detroit home, only to have Slim Shady bring him down.

Two levels of security failed to stop the uber-fan from entering Eminem's Clinton Township house. 

First, the home is located in a gated community, so the gate failed to stop him, and then Em's own personal security was apparently asleep at the wheel, and didn't hear the brick come through the window.

Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, eventually found the intruder, identified as Matthew Hughes, in his living room. Hughes was taken into custody and will undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

Hughes was wearing a mask. A medical mask. So a criminal was taking more CoVid-19 precautions than some people I've seen at Meijer. Great.

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