A Florida fisherman hooked himself something he probably wasn’t interested in dealing with last week on the St. Johns County Pier in St. Augustine.
At around 6 p.m., something fishy was lurking in the water below when an intoxicated woman swam up to the man’s line. Cursing him out all the while, she opened her mouth like a hungry black drum and chomped down on the man’s line until it was severed.
With the line in her mouth, she slowly escaped proudly with the man’s fishing tackle in tow like a booze-soaked barracuda.
Police were immediately called to the scene to investigate the disruptive behavior as the 22-year-old woman emerged from the surf. As the belligerence continued ashore, authorities noticed that she was definitely upsetting the “sense of public norm at the pier.”
Continuing her assault on police, the woman refused handcuffs while continuing her colorful barrage of expletive language, until she was finally reprimanded by authorities.
While we can all assume she was “doing it for the fishes”, despite her “heroic” actions, she was arrested on suspicion of disorderly intoxication and resisting arrest without violence.