A wacked woman harassing police!

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Elderly Lady Sees What’s On Officer’s Badge, Decides To Make Her Life A Living Hell

She just cant stop herself!

And after harassing police for 5 minutes solid.

So people are just so clueless it is funny. The idiot featured below is a woman who lives in Iowa, and she thought it would be a good idea to live stream herself harassing police officers. But first, she had to figure out how to work the camera! Really? Melyssa Jo Kelly from Cedar Rapids, Iowa saw two officers wearing black armbands (which is a remembrance for fallen comrades).

Kelly decided to taunt the two officers and even refused to step outside when the café owner asked her to. The officers were wearing the armbands to show solidarity for two Des Moines officers that were shot and killed in the line of duty.

Kelly has been ordered to pay fines for four counts of disorderly conduct, one count of trespass, and two counts of interference with official acts. Shame on you, Melyssa Jo Kelly. Share away, people.

Read the rest at: Crazy Lady

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