BAD news greeted boxing champ Manny Pacquiao upon his return to Los Angeles from Las Vegas.
The LA residence of the Filipino boxing great was burglarized while he and his family members were away for his World Boxing Association (WBA) welterweight title fight against Adrian Broner at the MGM Grand over the weekend.
L.A. police were outside of Pacquiao's residence at the posh South Plymouth after it was found out the house had been broken into, according to the Philippine Star's Abac Cordero who covered Pacquiao's fight.
The advance security of the 40-year-old boxer and senator are now coordinating with investigators, reports said.
At posting time, no one from Pacquiao's camp is allowed to enter the house as police conduct their investigation.
This is not the first time Pacquiao's L.A. residence was broken into.
Back in 2011, four persons of interest were arrested after detectives who were in the area on an unrelated investigation discovered that the house were being burglarized.
Pacquiao was in the country back then preparing for his Nov. 12 fight against Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico.
The incident occured while the security guard of the house went out to eat.
Nothing was reported missing.