Woman accused of allegedly attacking municipal officer who asked her to stop climbing the WWII monument
Bikini-clad woman is accused of assault after alleged attackers of the council when asked to stop climbing a WWII monument
- Reportedly, a woman attacked a municipal officer on a beach in Queensland
- She would climb on a relic from World War II and take photos with friends
- Allegedly the woman struck, struck it and threw sand lifeguards
- The Queensland police have accused her of serious mistreatment and intentional damage
The bikini-clad woman who was captured on camera is said to have beaten and spit on lifeguards after being asked to stop climbing a relic on a beach from World War II.
The recordings were made on Saturday, November 9 around 2 p.m. on Bribie Island in Queensland.
A woman in a red bikini and black shorts is shown with a heated argument with a ranger.
The woman from the Algester suburb of Brisbane waved her arms in the air at the forester for an ute with a male friend without a shirt and another woman in a pink dress.
She has been accused of two counts of mistreatment with bodily injury and one count of serious mistreatment of an officer, intentional damage and possession of drugs.
A woman dressed in bikini is said to have hit a beach in Queensland on November 9 and spit on a municipal official (photo)
Two rangers reportedly approached a group to stop them from climbing on a World War II structure on the beach.
The trio withdrew into their car before the woman in the red bikini jumped out of the vehicle and reportedly rushed to the forester, pushed him in the chest, and wiped his face.
He reportedly knocked off the forester's hat and sunglasses before he pushed her away from him.
Reportedly, the woman took revenge and threw sand and spit at the forester before her friend in the pink dress separated the couple.
The red bikini woman reportedly threw sand (photo) at the forester before her boyfriend in the pink dress kept the couple apart.
The red bikini woman then argued with two bystanders who watched and filmed the incident while their ute drove away.
Both male rangers, a 41-year-old and a 44-year-old, were attacked in the incident.
The Queensland police have released the images of the altercation and made a call for any witnesses.
The woman will reappear on November 20 in the Richlands Magistrates Court and has been taken into pre-trial detention.
The woman has been accused of two counts of mistreatment with bodily injury and one count of serious mistreatment of an officer, intentional damage and possession of drugs
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