An air conditioning repairman in Augusta, Georgia found a man who had been living on the roof of a Waffle House for who knows how long. No one's even really sure how he got up there in the first place, but he was taken to a hospital for dehydration. A witness told reporters, "You never expect anything like this, a person on top of the roof at a Waffle House? No, never that."
Gawker notes that perhaps Waffle House should take notes from IHOP "for having long ago devised a creative solution to deterring squatters" with its slanty roofs.
But seriously, if you were going to live on top of a restaurant, wouldn't the regal settings of a White Castle be a classier choice?