ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- Athens-Clarke police have arrested a woman who they say started mooning motorists after she received a ticket for jaywalking. An officer stopped the 23-year-old woman and a friend about 1:10 a.m. Saturday after they walked diagonally across the intersection in downtown Athens.
Police said both women had been drinking and were upset and disorderly as the officer began writing them tickets for not crossing in a crosswalk.
Police said after getting the citation, the Covington woman walked across Clayton Street and lifted her skirt, then walked to the middle of Jackson Street and did it again, walking around while shaking her buttocks in front of oncoming traffic.
The officer noted in his report that the woman used the crosswalks while crossing the street to expose herself.
She was arrested for misdemeanor public indecency.
Information from: Athens Banner-Herald, http://www.onlineathens.com
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