Florida woman arrested for dancing naked in Waffle House parking lot and "licking the face" of manager
The young lady has been charged with lewd and indecent exposure, disorderly conduct, battery, and assault, and is scheduled to appear in court on February 11
A Florida woman was arrested and charged after exposing herself and licking an employee's face at a Waffle House in Florida, as per news report.
Freedom Ryder Zobrist was detained outside the restaurant, which is located at Pensacola Boulevard, on Monday after getting reported by the manager for inappropriate behavior.
The manager, who spoke to Escambia County Sheriff’s Office deputies, said that the 38-year-old arrived at the restaurant early that morning and because of her actions, he had to ask her to leave. Zobrist did leave, but returned around noon, cursing and threatening to get a gun.
She even claimed that she would shoot the manager and everyone in the restaurant. Zobrist then walked outside and "pulled down her pants, exposed her sexual organs and started dancing around the parking lot," according to a local news report.
According to the restaurant manager's account, Zobrist proceeded to grab his genitals at one point, after which he tried to block her.
However, his attempts went futile as Zobrist licked him on "both sides of his face." She was once again asked to leave the restaurant premises, but instead of leaving, she poked the employee in his chest with her finger.
Witnesses who were present at the scene claimed they were blocked in and couldn't leave because of her dancing, which was very loud and causing a disturbance. One witness said that while he was in his vehicle trying to leave the parking lot, Zobrist blocked him in and started dancing naked in front of his vehicle.
As per reports, Zobrist has been charged with lewd and indecent exposure, disorderly conduct, battery, and assault. She was arrested by deputies for lewd and indecent exposure of sexual organs two counts with a bond of $1,000 per count. Zobrist was also charged with lewd conduct, battery and assault, with a bond of $1,000. on each charge.
She is scheduled to appear in court on February 11, as per reports.