Woman’s ‘unfortunate’ name after being charged with drink driving

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A woman with a somewhat unfortunate name has been arrested for allegedly drink driving.

Police in St Peterburg, Florida, noted a car travelling at “an extremely high rate of speed” running two red lights, hitting a tree and a Taco Bell sign along with the fast food restaurant’s water meter on June 18 about 10.22pm, according to an arrest report obtained by The Smoking Gun.

It’s alleged the driver, Kanisha Booze, 34, was drunk behind the wheel.

Kanisha Booze, 34, is pictured in a mugshot. A police officer is also pictured with a breath test kit.
Kanisha Booze, 34, was allegedly drink driving. Source: Pinellas County Sheriff's Office/ AAP (file pic)

The arrest report also states Booze has seven prior convictions and fled the scene.

She also refused to provide a breath test.

Booze has been charged with Drive Under Influence and Driving While License Suspended or Revoked.

The 34-year-old was released after posting A$2300 bail.

Naked men fined after being spooked by deer

In other bizarre police news, two naked men at the Royal National Park at Otford in the Illawarra south of Sydney copped fines for breaching public health orders on Sunday.

They got spooked by a deer before running into the forest and getting lost.

"Not only did they require assistance from SES and police to rescue them, they also both received a ticket for $1000," Commissioner Mick Fuller told reporters on Monday.

When Police Rescue, the State Emergency Service, NSW Ambulance and Polair all responded to the call for help, they found a 30-year-old naked man carrying a backpack on the walking track near Otford.

After a further search, a 49-year-old man, partially clothed, was also found.

"It's difficult to legislate against idiots," Comm Fuller said.

They were each fined $1000.

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