'wimbledon prowler' admits trying to burgle home of boris becker - gold necklace and earring set
The Wimbledon diver admitted he had tried to raid the home of tennis star Becker.
Last month, 42-year-old Asdrit Kapaj heard 21 allegations of theft, two attempted theft charges and another fully equipped charge.
After more than a decade of revelry, he stole a series of houses in the suburbs of southwest London, home to the famous tennis tournament.
He carried a diamond ring, a gold necklace and a gold watch, along with thousands of pounds in cash.
A court official confirmed that earlier this week he also admitted allegations of attempted Becker's theft in October 2013 and the theft of another property in January 2014.
Becker, who won the Wimbledon singles title three times, said Kapaj was "not really in the White House" and added: "I'm glad he was caught.
Lily, Becker's estranged wife, said, "I'm glad he got caught . "
He had no choice but to admit what he had done.
"Kapaj departed from his home in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, for raids between his arrest on July 2008 and February 22.
It is said that he has carefully destroyed the safety equipment and tried to wear fisherman's hat to hide his appearance.
Kapaj is scheduled to be sentenced on June 21.