Luc went a little pale at the suggestion that they might be breaking and entering - because he had no identification on him, and no real way of proving that he wasn't doing just that.. and considering he had pot in his apartment, he didn't exactly look to invite any unwanted police attention - especially if just the prospect made him sweat a little.
He was relieved, though, that Richard seemed to have the situation handled.
He flashed a grin (the perfect camouflage for his brief moment of anxiety) and gave Vanessa a flirty little wink before glancing over at Richard to laugh at the remark about his ex-girlfriend.
“Hey, I think everyone needs a woman's touch. At least sometimes.”
He offered a hand in greeting to Vanessa, because he was sure he'd seen her in passing at some point – but he knew they'd never been properly introduced. “Luc Haust, darling,” he said smoothly with that same bright smile. “It's a pleasure to meet you. And the outfit is charming - infinitely better than mine.” He laughed a little, because it was quite adorable.. just not exactly something he would have taken her out on the town in. Well, maybe. Depending on how drunk he was. Nevermind that she probably wouldn't want to go out in those clothes if they were her work uniform.. it would have to be debated later.
He rolled his eyes at Richard's smile, though, snorting a laugh before he let the smile ease back over his features. “You're the bane of my existence right now,” he said matter-of-factly. “You're lucky she came around to unlock your shit, dude – otherwise I was going back to bed.” Well, okay, maybe not bed, but back home at least.
As Luc eyed the horse trailer, he couldn't help but wonder if he'd ever actually been near a horse trailer in his life - and came up with a complete lack of memories containing one. It could only leave him assuming he hadn't – and it was a safe assumption.
“So where's this bedframe? Or, wait, you're probably gonna tell me it's at the back,” he mused aloud, but it was done now – even if the bedframe were the first thing they got out, he wasn't the kind of guy to just bail. He was the kind of guy that would help you get everything moved, give you shit the entire time, and then never let you live it down later. Well, he was known to be that guy with people he hadn't tried to get towed.