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Topless & Drunk, Ohio Woman Leads Cops on High-Speed Chase

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

An Ohio woman appeared in court on Wednesday to answer to charges of leading police on a high-speed chase while allegedly drunk -- and definitely topless.

The Daily Mail reports that on October 11 officers in Auburn Township tried to pull over a car that was being driven erratically. Instead, the driver stepped on the gas as police gave chase at speeds of up to 128mph.

Police eventually used spike-strips to blow out the tires, forcing the driver to pull over. And when the driver, 28-year-old Erin Holdsworth, stumbled out of her car with her hands in the air, cops were stunned -- she was wearing nothing more than a g-string, fishnet stockings and tennis shoes.

Video shows that when they put her in the back of the squad car, Holdsworth became combative, kicking the glass partition between the seats.

She is charged with operating a vehicle impaired (OVI), refusing a blood alcohol test, fleeing and eluding, criminal damage, driving under a suspended license, speeding and reckless operation.

And why was she nearly naked? That remains unclear.

CNN seems amused by it all: