Woman tries seducing cop in cringeworthy bodycam footage as he arrests her for 'drunk driving'
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Cringeworthy bodycam footage shows a woman trying to seduce a cop as he arrests her for 'drunk driving'.
Grace Spoonamore, from Georgia, looked to be visibly drunk as Brunswick Police pulled her over for allegedly slamming into a Chevy Cruze - then driving off in her blue Buick Enclave on April 30, 2023.
The 20-year-old was taken into custody by police where she was calling the officer a 'handsome man'.
As shown in police bodycam footage, Spoonamore attempts to flirt with the officer while asking him to taser her because she 'likes it kinky'.
"You feel some type of way cause my leg ain't in the car?" she asks as the officer tries to get her in the police car.
After denying being under the influence, the woman then tells the cop that she had 'two doubles' of patron.
"I don't know, you want to check me?" she continued as she was put in handcuffs.
Officer Dominick Demedal then proceeds to ask for her address, to which she replies: "Don't worry bout all that.
"I'm not giving it to you.
"What are you going to do if I don't?"
"Charge you with obstruction," he replied, "Official business."
"Construction of what?" Spoonamore adds, "Okay, that's cool, I don't care."
Elsewhere in the footage, the 20-year-old confesses that she works as a stripper, as Demedal asks where she works: "Where's that?"
"What the f**k do you mean what's that?" she states. "You know."
The bizarre interaction continued as Spoonamore laughs as she asks the cops to let her out of the car.
"I don't like talking to you between these bars, can I talk to you in person?" she said.
Medina County court records obtained by the Daily Mail reportedly claim that she has been charged with at least one count of harassment with a bodily substance, after allegedly spitting on the officer.
A friend of Spoonamore also appears in a longer clip of the video as cops say that she is 'going to jail'.
She also threatens to 'p*** on' the officer's face, but only if he 'likes it'.
The woman was reportedly charged with speeding, obstruction of official business, and simple assault on an officer.
Spoonamore is set to appear in court on September 18 for pre-trial.
Her criminal trial is set to begin October 2 in Brunswick.
UNILAD has contacted Brunswick Police Department for comment.