(TargetLiberty.org) – A Melbourne, Florida woman has been arrested after making a series of 911 calls to complain that a local bar wasn’t practicing social distancing. Unfortunately for her, cops had been called to the same bar earlier – because the same woman had been grossly ignoring social distancing.
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The problems started when 32-year-old Audra Adams started trying to kiss random guests at the Monkey Inn, a popular Brevard County bar. Staff asked her to leave; she refused, but then went out to the parking lot. She then called 911 repeatedly – five times in all – to complain about the bar’s alleged lack of social distancing.
Local police responded to her calls, then offered to call family to pick her up, or get her a cab. Her last 911 call was made when she was already talking to cops. Finally, she sat down and refused to leave, at which point she was arrested for trespassing, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and misuse of 911. No other arrests were made at the bar; it turns out the only one getting too close to people was Adams.
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