Dude. This had to be the scariest moment ever. I’ve gotta’ tell you though, if I was thinking about messing with the head of a celebrity I wouldn’t pick Nicholas Cage who seems only slightly saner than Charlie Sheen but less sane than Wayne Newton.

Here’s the thing. You can’t mess with Nicholas Cage’s head. It’s pre-messed. It doesn’t need your shenanigans. Even a naked man waking him up while holding a fudgsicle is probably redundant.

Anyway, here’s what happened. And it’s pretty darn scary.

For actor Nicolas Cage, making the new thriller movie “Trespass” hit close to home.

Cage, at the Toronto film festival along with director Joel Schumacher promoting the film about a home invasion, said that he has actually lived through the nightmare in real life.

“It was two in the morning. I was living in Orange County at the time and was asleep with my wife. My two-year old at the time was in another room. I opened my eyes and there was a naked man wearing my leather jacket eating a Fudgesicle in front of my bed,” he told reporters on Wednesday.

“I know it sounds funny … but it was horrifying.”

I’m not sure what’s worse -that the dude was wearing Cage’s leather jacket or he was holding a fudgsicle. Yeah, definitely the fudgsicle.

But God bless Cage because he didn’t freak out and beat the dude. He talked to him, realized the guy had mental problems, and called the cops to come help him. Cage didn’t even press charges.

Dude, if my kid were in the other room and that guy was in my house (fudgsicle or not) you could consider my freak out button pushed.

I wonder what’s a scarier moment for Cage. That incident or remembering this scene from The Wicker Man?