Topless Broad Ties Up Rush Hour Traffic – NSFW

Posted on January 26, 2012

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The broad in the photo above is NOT the same one mentioned in this story.

That's not something you see every day! - This is NOT the woman mentioned in the story

Pennsylvania (Michael Hinkelman-Philadelphia Daily News) – A topless woman walking along a busy downtown street in a Western Pennsylvania town brought traffic to a screeching halt Monday.  I bet it did.

Monongahela police Chief Brian Tempest told The Valley Independent of Monessen that cops were called to West Main Street about 3 p.m. after motorists saw the woman dressed only in her pantiesNaked girl, woo hoo!  And you thought sitting in traffic was boring!

Tempest said the woman, who lives in Donora, was walking “dead center” in the middle of the street.  So EVERYBODY got a free show!

Motorists, who began snapping photos of the woman with their cellphones, told officers that she had parked her car along the street and was topless when she emerged from the vehicle.  If anyone has a photo of that and would care to send it in, I will post it and give you full

Oh the shit you broads can get away with... Also NOT the woman mentioned in this story

credit for it!

She eventually took her pants off and threw her shoes at a passing car, Tempest told the Valley Independent.  Why are all the naked broads in public, crazy too?  It’s so unfair!

When cops arrived, the topless woman resisted arrest and became combative with a city cop and a state trooper, Tempest said.  Oh that’s hot!  Crazy naked chic, bouncing around, screaming and swinging like a nut…  Something about crazy, naked broads, has always been a turn on for me.  But then again, that seems to be all I attract! Lol!

She was handcuffed and taken to a nearby hospital, where officers were met by mental health personnel.  I can just imagine the exchange…  The cops hand the naked, handcuffed broad (mmmmmm…. naked, handcuffed, broad) over to the doctors… “here, take this.”  Right now, there’s some orderly saying to himself, “now THIS is why I got into this business, in the first place!”

Tempest told a reporter he wasn’t releasing the woman’s name pending an evaluation by hospital staff. 

No charges were immediately filed against her, although Tempest said that could change in the future.

Source for story:     http://www.philly.com/philly/news/breaking/20120125_Topless_woman_disrupts_early_rush_hour_traffic.html