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Woman removes underwear to urinate on police boat

By Mason White 1:24 PM July 7, 2017
Police boat (illustration)
Police boat (illustration)
By: William Martin

A woman found herself behind bars after climbing onto a police about without permission and attempting to urinate, according to police in Michigan.

The Bay County Sheriff’s Office said that they have arrested a man and a woman, following reports of them throwing bottles into the water.

The man was arrested on two outstanding warrants while the woman was charged with disorderly conduct. Both suspects were not identified.

According to the police investigation, the two suspects and four other people were on a boat in the Saginaw River, when they began throwing beer bottles into the water.

Police got calls on Thursday, at around 8:30 p.m., to report the group of people who were acting disorderly.

Police officers who arrived at the scene with their boat, noticed numerous beer bottles on the floor of the suspects’ boat.

Police boarded the suspects’ boat, and arrested the 24-year-old man with the two outstanding warrants.

The 22-year-old female suspect climbed onto the police boat despite being warned not to do so.

She then removed her underwear and sat on the edge of the boat, saying that she had to urinate. The woman was then placed in handcuffs.