A Florida woman has been arrested for misuse of 911 after calling the police and asking for an officer she found attractive to be sent to her home for some 'extra duty'.
Punta Gorda resident Maria Montenez-Colon, 58, was very drunk when the officer arrived to her house, according to NBC.
Montenez-Colon, an alcoholic, told the officer he was sexy and asked if he was married, according to the incident report. Then she started "over-sharing".
Montenez-Colon allegedly told the officer, "I haven't been penetrated in years," and "I am so horny."
The officer tried to ignore the woman's attempts at seduction and asked what he could do for her, referring to the woman's call.
Montenez-Colon's responded "You can [expletive] me," according to the report.
After being told that her her request was inappropriate, Montenez-Colon told the officer she had signed ownership of a Corvette over to her step-son after her husband died. Now she wanted it back.
While explaining the car ownership tale, Montenez-Colon repeatedly tried to grab the officer's arm and tried to rub her hands on his chest, the report continued.
The officer said he told Montenez-Colon there was nothing he could do for her, and he then left, handing her a card with the appropriate department's number for future non-emergency calls.
Less than an hour later, Montenez-Colon called 911 again, complaining that the officer who had been to her home had "pissed her off."
The original officer arrived, along with a second officer.
Montenez-Colon reportedly complained about the original visit to the second officer, saying, "He was a perfect gentleman, but when I asked him to [expletive] me, he turned me down so that made me angry."
When asked by the original officer if she remembered the conversation about misuse of 911, Montenez-Colon allegedly said, "I do, but how else am I going to get you to [expletive] me?"
Montenez-Colon was then arrested for misuse of 911 and she was taken to Charlotte County Jail.
"When people continue to abuse the 911 system you gotta take a stand, you gotta take a position," explained Lt. Joe King of the Punta Gorda Police Dept.
"She doesn't need jail time, this is not a person that's dangerous to anybody. She needs help," said Richard Landowski, a neighbour of Montenez-Colon, referring to the woman's alcohol addiction.
Montenez-Colon had been in the Charlotte County jail four times before, all in 2013-- on battery charges and violation of probation.