Two brothers in Indianapolis were arrested on numerous charges after they allegedly got high on drugs, punched a woman in the face and began making out with each other, all while naked.
The bizarre incident took place near the Lighthouse Landings apartments on the city's south side on March 5.
Noah Batz, 24, and Timothy Batz, 21, were spotted "passionately making out" near a dumpster by the apartment complex's assistant manager, who called police and warned residents to stay clear of the naked brothers.
As she did this, one of the men allegedly began banging on her car and shouting, "I'll kill you," WXIN reports.
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Before police arrived on the scene, a woman walked outside and was confronted by the men, who reportedly yelled, "Look at us, look at us." Court documents state that while she was attempting to walk to her car, the older of the two brothers ran over and punched her in the face.
The punch left a large knot on the woman's forehead, according to WISH.
Witnesses also said the brothers broke into several vehicles in the area, damaging them and getting blood on the seats.
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"I woke up hearing my friend say, 'Hey, someone's stealing your car,'" witness Bader Abuzaid told RTV. "So I woke up, and started freaking out and saw two white naked men."
Aimee Payton, another witness who recorded some of the brothers' antics, spoke to WXIN about what she saw.
"We knew it was something beyond just being drunk or high … it was something heavy duty. Not a good batch of whatever he got," she said. "He was extremely aggressive and then to hear later he punched somebody, it wasn't surprising with how agitated he was and he continued to get more and more agitated."
"It’s frustrating. It’s not the type of neighborhood we live in," Payton added. "A lot of us are working professionals and so we all work hard for our stuff and to [see] someone tripping out and going around doing dirty stuff is kind of frustrating."
When police finally arrived, the brothers reportedly told them they were high on psychedelic mushrooms and marijuana.
Timothy was arrested and charged with a long list of offenses, including battery, public indecency, obscene performance, incest, disorderly conduct, resisting law enforcement, attempted car theft and intimidation, according to the New York Daily News.
Noah was charged with public intoxication, possession of marijuana, obscene performance, incest, disorderly conduct, resisting law enforcement and attempted car theft.
Both of them are scheduled to appear in court in May.