He turned over to police several bottles that were labeled as containing human growth hormones.
The man also gave police numerous syringes and other materials that investigators say could belong to a W.W.E. wrestler.
"I had never looked in here and so she was gonna put her stuff in here and just looked back in here and the boxes were just sitting there," said the homeowner.
The Atlanta area, home to many WWE wrestlers, seems to be a hotbed of steroid activity. Chris Benoit lived there. Surprise, the baby is sucking on some masternon:
The homeowner was referring to two shoe boxes that contained several small bottles labeled as testosterone, neomasteron -- which is also an anabolic steroid -- some bottles with no markings at all and there were numerous unopened syringes.
Asked what his thoughts were upon discovering the drugs, the homeowner said "well being the fact that I have children I was horrified because my kids actually play up in that room and so the first thing I thought is what if there were to open that and they would have gotten a hold of the stuff and the syringes."
The shoeboxes also contained personal documents with the name of a man who used to live in the house.
Among those documents was the contract he signed as a wrestler for the W.W.E. and a memorandum to W.W.E. superstars in 2004 about the new dress code.
Wonder if the contents will appear on Georgia's 'unclaimed property' website?
Henry County Police have asked FOX 5 News not to name that wrestler at this time because they want to talk with him first.
"i met dalip twice as i was working at walmart supercenter in mcdounough georgia in feb of 2006 he was shopping with his wife and two other people buying groc.he was he staying in locust grove ga,for a week for a wrestling match he was very kind but his wife was a little rude she didnt like people talking to him"