A: "Did you hear about the two chicks who got really drunk at a bar?"
B: "That doesn't sound like much of a story."
A: "Well, they ran out of beer money and tried to flash other patrons for cash."
B: "Ah, how resourceful."
A: "But no one took them up on the offer."
B: "Oh, how sad for them."
A: "Then they got into a knife fight in the parking lot."
B: "Sounds like a case of WTFlorida!"
Alicia Martin, 28, and Kathryn Rayannic, 23, got royally wasted on beer at the Waterfront bar in St. James, Florida, but they ran out of money in the middle of their binge. So, naturally, they decided to offer to flash their boobs to other customers in exchange for more beer money.
In what was surely a hit to their self esteem, no one took them up on the offer.
"They were offering to show their boobs for drinks," waiter Shaun Bassett told ABC-7. "We had five guys that were like, 'Please, leave us alone.' They actually went up to tables who had their wives there."
In fact, the other customers started to complain, and a male and female employee were tasked with escorting the buxom drunks out of the tavern.
Martin wasn't interested in going quietly. She shoved the female employee into a wall. Once outside she continued to attack the female and punched her in the back of the head. The male intervened and grabbed Martin's keys. That's when Martin pulled out her knife and tried to rush at the male employee. He backed off and Martin put away the keys, but she wasn't done with the female employee. She started attacking her again.
Police showed up and arrested the pair. Rayannic is only facing charged of disorderly conduct, but Martin faces much more serious charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and battery.
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