Bikini-Clad Woman Filmed Dancing Around Car After Crashing It
A woman in a bikini was captured on camera dancing around the street after being involved in a car crash before being wrestled to the ground by police.
The incident took place in Lepe, near Huelva in south-west Spain, at around 9am today (10 July).
After she hit another vehicle, the anonymous woman was seen getting out of her badly-damaged car and dancing around on the street.
While it is not known where she had been driving to, it is believed she may have been on her way to the beach.
Footage taken by shocked bystanders showed her walking up to a police officer and appearing to try and give him a light slap on the face.
Two officers were then filmed wrestling the woman - who was still in just a bikini and sunglasses - to the ground, handcuffing her as she resisted arrest.
She also started screaming as they tried to control her, but in spite of her unusual behaviour, she passed drink and drugs tests.
The woman - who was one of four people who suffered minor injuries after she struck another car - was taken to hospital so that she could be checked over by doctors.
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Eventually, officers managed to cuff her as she was arrested on suspicion of reckless driving.
A spokeswoman for Lepe Town Hall confirmed: "The incident happened in an area called Los Cruces de Lepe which is on the outskirts of the town.
"The woman in the footage has been arrested on suspicion of a road traffic offence and specifically an offence of reckless driving.
"It is clear from the footage that she also resisted arrest.
"She was the driver of a vehicle which initial inquiries reveal hit another car. Four people including this woman suffered minor injuries.
"The area where the crash occurred is near to the beach and we can only assume from what she is wearing that she was heading to the beach."
The spokesman added: "The female driver tested negative for alcohol and drugs and has now been taken to a local hospital."
The unnamed woman's age and nationality are not yet known.
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