This story is actually from 2017, but I saved it until now, Halloween season, because, well, I just couldn’t let it go.
Apparently a woman in Indiana faced multiple charges a few weeks before Halloween last year, after police said she spit on and threatened hotel employees while half naked and then blamed vampires for destroying her room.
Ummm…as one does…sometimes?
The story started when a female guest of the hotel walked into a hotel bar, completely nude from the waist down, and asked for a Coke. The bartender told her she was missing clothing on the lower half of her body, to which she responded by spitting on his arm and threatening to kill the bar staff when she was told she had to leave.
Not surprisingly, the police were called. When deputies arrived at her hotel room, they found it torn apart, complete with a table lying on its side, two broken lamps, the phone cord cut, and the television lying on the floor. The police also found a bottle of alcohol on the bathroom floor (also not super duper surprising, if you ask me).
The woman said she had absolutely nothing to do with the damage, and in fact, vampires had broken into her room and “destroyed everything,” as per the deputies’ report.
Not convinced about the vampires, but pretty sure that she spat on a bar employee and threatened to kill several others, AND had trashed her room, the deputies tried to arrest her. Of course, she became combative and threatened to kill them, yelling, “”I am f**king going to slice your g*dd**n throat” and “Let me up or I will kill you.” Oh, and she also spit on the deputies when they were helping her into the back of the cruiser.
After being examined at the local hospital, she was brought to the police station and was charged with:
- Criminal Mischief
- Public Intoxication
- Disorderly Conduct
- Resisting Law Enforcement
- Intimidation (5 counts)
- Battery with Bodily Waste
So just as a friendly word of warning…don’t let vampires break into your hotel room and destroy everything…it can really mess up your night.
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