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Police: Woman Mooned, Threatened Neighbor

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla., Dec. 2 (UPI) — A Florida woman accused of dropping her pants to give a neighbor “something to take a picture of” allegedly told officers about her “Cuban temper,” police said.

Port St. Lucie police said Mercedes Donahue, 52, allegedly dropped her pants and bent over Nov. 22 when she spotted her neighbor taking pictures of her dogs running around outside without leashes, TCPalm.com reported Thursday.

The neighbor, who said he has had problems with Donahue for more than 14 years, told police the incident took place in front of his driveway after the woman spotted him taking the pictures of her dogs, which he said he planned to use as “evidence” of them running around unleashed.

The man said he could clearly see Donahue’s genitalia and buttocks when she dropped her pants and bent over, pointing her buttocks in his direction.

Police said Donahue, who then allegedly kicked rocks from her yard onto the neighbor’s land, told officers she pulled her pants down “to give him something to take a picture of.”

The woman allegedly told officers she’s an “angry person” and her neighbor would “see what her Cuban temper is really like.”

Officers said Donahue was threatening to hurt the man “by bashing his head in with one of the stones she kicked over.”

Police said Donahue’s husband captured video footage of the incident.

Donahue is facing charges, including lewd lascivious behavior, disturbing the peace and criminal mischief.

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