Jeniyah Mcleod (left) and Oasis Mcleod. Cecilia Young
Three naked teenage women led Florida police on a wild car chase that ended with them tased and in cuffs after they allegedly tried to attack the officers with their vehicle and a metal bat, according to report.
The revealing incident occurred after Florida Highway Patrol troopers received a call about three women in the buff at a rest stop on northbound Interstate 75 around 11:15 a.m. Wednesday, CBS affiliate WTSP reported.
“There’s three women standing in the nude putting on suntan lotion,” a trooper can be heard radioing to a dispatcher, according to the news outlet.
When the trooper confronted the women — identified as Oasis Mcleod, 18, Jeniyah Mcleod, 19, and Cecilia Young, 19 — they said they were simply “air drying” after showering before they hopped back into their white 2009 Nissan Sentra and drove off.
The trooper initially pursued the vehicle on the highway, but backed off because the chase did not fit Florida Highway Patrol protocol, the news site reported.
Shortly after, police went after the Nissan when another motorist called cops to report a “reckless vehicle” on the road.
Authorities then tracked down the Sentra, which they found parked and empty at a convenience store parking lot at State Road 52 and Curley Road in Pasco County.
As a trooper tried to take one of the women into custody as she exited the store, another of the women attempted to drive the car at the trooper, police said.
Then another woman emerged from the vehicle with a metal bat and tried to strike the trooper after he jumped out of the way of the moving vehicle.
An officer in a patrol car purposely crashed into the suspects’ vehicle before all three women managed to flee in their vehicle.
The Dade City Police Department also responded to the chase and used spike strips to deflate the Sentra’s tires.
While in the car, the brazen women interlocked arms in an attempt to avoid arrest after authorities smashed the windows of the vehicle.
Cops used a Taser on the women before they were taken into custody and booked at the Pasco County Jail, authorities said.
They face charges of fleeing to elude, three counts of resisting arrest, two counts of aggravated assault and three counts of lewd behavior, according to WTSP.
Several troopers suffered minor injuries in the fiasco.
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