Be careful what you ask for.
Florida woman Claudia Ambroziak, 58, has been charged after allegedly touching a police officer in an attempt to demonstrate how her husband had been choking her, according to the Daytona Beach News-Journal.
Officer Michael Garay of Port Orange arrived at Ambroziak's home after reports of a domestic disturbance on Wednesday morning. Claudia Ambroziak's husband, Joe, allegedly told Garay that Claudia had kicked him in the back while the two were involved in an argument, and that he had grabbed onto his wife's neck to restrain her.
When the officer asked Ms. Ambroziak exactly how her husband had choked her, she allegedly leapt off the couch, saying, "I'll show you how he did." Garay said she then placed two fingers and a thumb on his throat and began exerting pressure, the New York Daily News reports.
Garay then arrested her and charged her with battery on a law enforcement officer, in addition to domestic battery.
The initial dispute between husband and wife began when Claudia became angry at Joe for not saying good morning to her, according to Click Orlando.