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Woman Arrested for Masturbating on the Side of a Florida Highway

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Talk about an exhibitionist streak. Ashley Holton, 35, was arrested this weekend after she was masturbating on the side of Highway 484 in Ocala, Florida. Her self-pleasuring antics even slowed down traffic on the roadway.

Holton didn't seem to mind. She was enjoying herself so much that when a police officer tried to put her pants back on, Holton bit the officer.

Holton only had a pink shirt on when she decided to pull her car over, get out, and go to town on herself. Other cars took notice. According to WESH, some drivers even made illegal U-turns on the highway just so they could catch another glimpse.

The event went on for about a half hour before police arrived, but apparently Holton hadn't reached the big O before the big 5-0 tried to reach for her. She kicked officials and tried to escape. She also continued to flash her breasts and bra. One female officer tried to get her pants back on, but Holton bit and kicked the woman. She later claimed that the actions only constituted "a love tap."

According to HuffPo, the antics didn't end when she was taken to jail. Holton "continued to resist the officers by spreading her legs, exposing her vagina and telling the officers to kiss her there and refusing verbal commands to cooperate," according to the arrest report.

She now faces charges of battery on a law enforcement officer, disorderly conduct and the exposure of sexual organs. Would you be surprised to learn that officers suspect alcohol may have been involved?

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