trio lands in jail for twerking

Will Twerk For Handcuffs: Oregon Women Arrested for Twerking

Forget about NYC. Forget about L.A. Beaverton, Oregon is where it’s at.

Three women were arrested for twerking in broad daylight in front of the City Hall building in Beaverton around 3:30 pm yesterday. Aside from throwing it back for the judges and court employees, one of the three women, Brittany Medak,  got a little too excited and allegedly urinated between two parked cars in the nearby area. Police don’t mind twerking in public, but once the cheeks become visible, it turns into indecent exposure – a class C felony if you have a prior conviction.

Once apprehended, the women were found to have both cocaine, weed, and meth in their possession. Ouch.

According to Oregon state law, the following falls under public indecency :

A person commits the crime of public indecency if while in, or in view of, a public place the person performs:

(a) An act of sexual intercourse;

(b) An act of deviate sexual intercourse; or

(c) An act of exposing the genitals of the person with the intent of arousing the sexual desire of the person or another person.

(d) An act of twerking, or booty jiggling while possessing quantities of cocaine, meth, and marijuana in front of City Hall between the hours of 3 and 3:30pm 

Check out the full news report in the player above.


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