A woman was arrested after she repeatedly acted as a bull and charged at passing cars, according to police in Texas.
The woman of Brownwood, was arrested after police said that she posed as a bull and charged at passing cars.
Police received a call around 8:30 a.m., and the caller said that a woman who was drunk, was charging at cars passing on the street like a bull.
Police said that the woman’s sister and her teenage son dragged her inside a house. The teenage son told police that his mother had consume large amounts of alcohol.
Police warned 39-year-old Erika Lenz to stay inside. However, she soon went outside again.
Worried that Lenz was a danger to herself or others, police arrested her. She was charged with public intoxication.
Lenz defended herself by saying that she wanted to cross the road, but she went into traffic without looking.
This was not her first alcohol-related arrest. Jail records show that she was arrested last month for DWI.