She dropped her pants and did a little dance.
Victoria Dawn Lohmann, 24, is accused of doing the half-naked waltz on the windshield of a car as two terrified women sat inside.
The unnamed victims pulled into a gas station near Albany, Ore., around 4:35 p.m. on Jan. 4, when Lohmann first approached.
Police say that the two women in the car "rolled up the windows and locked the doors" when they saw Lohmann's pants drop. Lohmann then ran off, only to return and wreak havoc on the vehicle.
According to a statement from police:
Shortly afterward, the woman, later identified as Victoria Dawn Lohmann, age 24, from Aumsville, returned to the disabled vehicle and got on top of the hood, where she jumped up and down as the two women inside were on the phone to report the incident to 911. Lohmann then jumped onto the windshield, caving it inward then jumped down and ran across Interstate 5.
A state trooper located Lohmann and brought her into custody without further incident.
She was booked in Linn County Jail and charged with first degree criminal mischief, second degree disorderly conduct, and two counts of recklessly endangering another person. Police also discovered a "suspected controlled substance" that they submitted for testing.
The names of the two unlucky women in the vehicle were not available, KPTV reports.