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Florida Woman in Lingerie Tries to Run Over Cop in Nordstrom Parking Lot

Can't a woman sleep in her lingerie in her car in the parking lot of a Nordstrom in peace?

Apparently not.

Boca Raton Police officers asked one woman dressed in lingerie and sleeping in her car to get out of her vehicle.


According to an arrest report, the woman woke up, locked the car doors, and then proceeded to try to run over a police officer. That'll learn ya, police officer.


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On Monday night, cops got the call about a woman sleeping inside a car in her birthday suit.

The woman, Suzanne Morales, 45, was parked and dozing in the parking garage of Nordstrom on 5820 W. Glades Road, at the Town Center at Boca Raton.

Maybe she was getting a really big head start for Black Friday?

When cops arrived, they found Morales fast asleep. According to the arrest report, police could smell liquor and believed she was drunk, because of course.

Officers attempted to wake Morales by knocking on the window. When she did, they asked her to step out of her car. She refused and locked the car doors.

The officers told her if she wouldn't come out, they would be forced to bust through a window to unlock the car. That's when she turned the ignition.

Morales reversed the car and hit the accelerator, almost running over one of the officers. The car spun out backward, hitting a police cruiser and trapping Morales' car with the police car, according to the report.

Morales was then arrested and charged with obstructing an officer and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She is being held at the Palm Beach County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail.

Meanwhile, a stay at La Quinta Inn is, like, 40 bucks a night. And you can wear whatever you want to go to sleep.

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