Who doesn't like to drive with their top down?
Florida woman Mandy Ramsey, 35, allegedly told authorities that when a deputy tried to pull her over for speeding, she did not stop because she was driving topless, WFTV reports.
The arrest reports states that when a deputy in Marion County attempted to pull a speeding pick-up truck on Saturday, the vehicle allegedly turned onto another street and sped away. The truck ran a stop sign and nicked an oak tree in the process, according to the Gainesville Sun, but the driver kept going.
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Mandy Ramsey, 35, was charged with fleeing and eluding law enforcement after she allegedly sped away from a deputy attempting to pull her over for speeding. Ramsey allegedly stated that the reason she did not pull over was because she was driving topless.
Mandy Ramsey with James Woodard, who is listed on Facebook as her husband.
Ramsey allegedly claimed she was driving topless because she was on her way to surprise James Woodard. Woodard has been reported as Ramsey's boyfriend, though their Facebook profiles list the two as married.
The deputy lost sight of the truck, but ultimately a sheriff's helicopter located the vehicle parked behind a mobile home, Click Orlando reports. The passenger side mirror was broken, an oak leaf sitting on the remains.
Authorities found that the truck belonged to James Woodard, who said that he had not been driving within the past two hours. Though media sources are reporting that Woodard is Ramsey's boyfriend, Ramsey's Facebook page--where her name is listed as "Mandy Ramsey Woodard"--list the two as married.
Officials later found Ramsey at her home, swimming, according to her Facebook page. There, deputies say she admitted that she had been driving, claiming that she had been driving topless and hadn't wanted to be pulled over while half-naked.
Ramsey, a teacher's assistant, claimed the reason she was driving topless was because she was on her way to surprise Woodard, deputies said.
She was arrested for fleeing and eluding law enforcement and was later released on $5,000 bond.