You don’t see this very often.
A north Georgia woman was arrested last week, accused of vandalizing a home —while she was naked.
The Gordon County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release that Suzanne Hussain, 34, of Calhoun was charged with burglary and criminal damage to property.
The homeowner told deputies she found the interior of her home vandalized and a naked woman inside she didn’t know. Deputies searched the home and found Hussain in a closet.
“Ms. Hussain was in fact nude,” the sheriff’s office reported, “and was acting abnormally, but was taken into custody without further incident.”
Police said the property owner did not know Hussain, who was evaluated at a local hospital, then arrested after her release.
She was still in the Gordon County jail Tuesday.
It was the second time recently that Georgia police have faced explicit behavior from a suspect.
Gwinnett County Police found Angela Warren, 37, standing in the middle of the road waving her arms near Buford, Ga., on June 2. As an officer approached, she pulled up her shirt, exposing herself to the cop. She continued pulling up her shirt until the officer told her to stop.
She was arrested for disorderly conduct.