DETROIT — The metal underwire in a Detroit woman's bra was credited with deflecting a bullet fired at her during a break-in at a neighbor's home. Detroit police Officer Leon Rahmaan said the 57-year-old woman apparently looked out her window Tuesday when one of three men fired the shot.
He said the slug smashed through her window pane before hitting the bra's underwire. It did not penetrate her skin.
Police said she may have gone to the window after a burglar alarm at the house next door sounded. Her neighbor was not at home at the time.
The suspects drove away after the shooting.