Florida Woman Tries To Kiss Strangers, Calls 911 About Social Distancing
By Bill Galluccio
May 20, 2020
A Florida woman was arrested after she tried to kiss strangers at a bar and refused to leave. Police said that Audra Adams, 32, was asked to leave Monkey Bar and Grille in Indialantic after several customers complained that she was attempting to make out with them.
Adams refused to leave and began to argue with the staff. They eventually got her outside, but she remained in the parking lot and called 911. She told the dispatcher that the bar was violating social distancing guidelines issued by the state as part of its reopening plan.
She called 911 five times, including once after officers had arrived and once while she was speaking to them.
The officers told Adams she had to leave, but she refused so they took her into custody. She attempted to pull away from the officers after she was handcuffed, but they managed to get her into a squad car.
Adams is facing charges of trespassing after warning, disorderly conduct, resisting an officer without violence, and misuse of a 911 system.
Photo: Brevard County Sheriff's Office