Washington Heights Woman Arrested For Dancing Like a Stripper at City Pool

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    Is it a crime to be sexy? If you ask 21 year-old Raiz Nunez of Washington Heights, she’d probably say, “Hell yea!”

    Nunez was escorted out by police at Highbridge Pool in Washington Heights ‘because people were just jealous’ of how good she looked. The police and lifeguards, however, blame her stripper moves on the deep-end pool railing and her encouraging fellow swimmers to slap her gyrating thong-wearing behind. The injustice!

    After Nunez refused to stop shaking her voluptuous rump and well oiled body, she was asked to leave the pool. That’s when police stepped in and things got a little crazy…

    “She was saying that she looks good and you are all just jealous that’s why you’re doing this. She looked liked Sponge Bob Square Pants,” said an officer referring to the woman’s apparent non hour-glass figure.

    According to a source the woman continued taunting the officers and threatened them asking what they were going to do if she didn’t leave. She threw herself on the ground near the locker ares on the pool deck in order to avoid being arrested. Officers began rolling around with her on the floor trying to handcuff her. Officers had a difficult time grabbing and holding on to her wrists due to an ample amount of sun screen as she flailed about trying to avoid arrest. One officer hurt his hip during the altercation.

    At one point one she even managed to slip out of one of her cuffs.

    One officer had to put on gloves in order to get a grip on her oiled up body.

    “You’re in a thong bathing suit resisting (arrest),” one officer commented afterwards

    Nunez was later charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and obstruction of governmental administration. However, that didn’t stop her from attempting to return to the pool four days later in the same getup, only to be turned away. Homegirl has got some moxie!

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