Brawl Ensues at the DMV After Irate Woman Kicks Police Officer: Cops
Video shows a Florida woman who appears dissatisfied with her customer service at a DMv before she takes out her anger on a state trooper.
Nobody likes a trip to the Department of Motor Vehicles, but this woman takes her DMV hatred to the next level.
In video posted to Facebook by Victoria Nascimento, a woman appears to argue with staff for reasons that aren't entirely clear before the fed up personnel asked a police officer to escort her from the building, WSVN reports.
The woman, identified by police as 31-year-old Eleanor Stern, doesn't feel like leaving quite yet. In the shocking video, Stern first appears to respond with outrage to the officer's requests that she leave.
When the officer takes Stern by the arm to lead her from the premises, she appears to kick him as other customers in the Deerfield Beach office gasp in shock.
What I witnessed @ the Deerfield Beach DMV..Posted by Victoria Nascimento on Friday, December 11, 2015
The unfazed state trooper immediately takes Stern down to the ground, but somehow ends up on the floor right along with her.
Also unfazed was Stern herself, who continues to kick and scream as the officer tries dragging her into a back room.
"These are the people who protect you," Stern yells. "Even though I kicked his a**."
Stern crawls between the officer's legs and makes for the door, proclaiming "I'm out of here" before the cop finally subdues her.
But she's still not done, even as handcuffs can be heard being slapped onto her wrists.
"If you let me go then I won't make a scene," she says as the rapt DMV customers erupt with laughter.
Stern now faces one count of resisting arrest without violence, WSVN reports. She has reportedly bonded out of jail.
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