A alleged cross-dressing porter thought he'd hit the jackpot with a resident who owns a trendy lingerie line -- until she caught him with his pants down in her Murray Hill pad, the traumatized tenant claims.AWOL? Huh? OK, so she's not a Mensa candidate, apparently.
BodyRock Sport owner Kelly Dooley, 28, said she was stunned to find building worker Hector Solano half-naked -- and crouching over one of her black, nylon, thong bodysuits -- inside her luxury loft Friday.
"He said he likes to wear women's clothes," she told The Post yesterday.
But Dooley said that while Solano, 25, portrayed himself as a macho guy from The Bronx at work, "He's a complete sissy."
He acted like he was "afraid of me. His hands are up, and he's begging me, 'Please don't tell,' " Dooley said.
The bizarre incident unfolded at about 11 a.m., when Dooley -- whose clients include Reebok Sports Club, LA Sports Club and lingerie boutiques -- returned to her East 36th Street apartment near Fifth Avenue after a business meeting.
She told cops that she stepped into her apartment from a private elevator and saw an arm move fast in front of her.
She thought it was her fiancé, Andrew, playing a joke on her.
"I'm like, 'Andrew, I see you!' " Dooley recalled saying.
But, "I knew something was wrong," she said, noting that the lights were off.
"I opened the [bathroom] door, and Hector is crouching down with his boxer-briefs on and a white Hanes crewneck shirt, and he's pulling up his cargo shorts," Dooley said.
"I'm like, 'Who the f - -k are you? What are you doing in my f - -king apartment?' I went absolutely AWOL on this guy," Dooley said. "I knew he looked familiar to me, but I didn't know how I knew him."
Solano was allegedly hunkered over her thong bodysuit and a pair of Juicy sweatpants, said Dooley, adding that she had returned home before to find her nightstand lingerie drawers mysteriously left open.
The 5-foot-2, 120-pound Dooley said she got tough with the 5-foot-10, 185-pound Solano.