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Another Florida Woman Arrested For Getting Naked and Touching Herself In Front of Traffic

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Forget this so called "zombie apocalypse" -- Florida is currently in the throes of a full blown, naked ladies on roadsides apocalypse. For the second time in just over a week, a woman has been arrested for getting naked and causing a traffic hazard. And the threat is getting closer. The latest incident happened in Broward County.

On Tuesday at about 5:40 p.m., Tracy Mabb walked into an intersection in the 800 block of South Dixie Highway in Pompano Beach and began to take her clothes off, according to the Sun-Sentinel. She first started by pulling off her top and revealing her breasts, but didn't stop there. She also gave drivers and pedestrians a full view of her "vagina and buttocks." The arrest reports claims that she did so with a "complete vulgar and indecent manner."

When confronted by police, she refused to put her clothes on, and shouted, "I don't give a fuck."

Well, clearly no fucks were given.

Last week near Orlando, another 35-year-old, bleached blonde lady, Ashley Holton, pulled a similar stunt when she pulled over on a highway, stripped down, and began to pleasure herself.

What is going on here? Are bath salts involved? Perhaps a contaminated batch of hair bleach making its way around the state? Come on ladies, we're all for you being comfortable with your bodies and loving your damn selves with no apologies, but there's a time and a place for that. It's called amateur night at the strip club.

Nice mugshot, though.

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