Talk about getting caught with your pants down.
On Aug. 14, Troy police stopped a black Impala driven by 23-year-old Samantha Alfaro of Lansing on suspicion of driving under the influence.
The female officer who made the stop was stunned to find Alfaro naked from the waist down. Police dash-cam video recorded what happened.
"Where's your clothes? Where's your pants?" the officer asked.
Asked how much she had to drink, Alfaro responded, "Too much. Just take me to jail already!"
The officer was more than willing to grant Alfaro's request, but there is a dress code.
"Try and put your pants on. You're going to be getting out of the car," the officer said.
The dash cam shows the officer probing the car and questioning a 19-year-old passenger.
Alfaro remained half-naked and unafraid during much of the encounter. But with the pending arrival of another male officer, a "cover-up" ensued.
"Just put your pants on OK, because there's a male officer coming, and I don't want you to be exposed, you know?" the female officer said to Alfaro.
Alfaro complied and was arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, first offense.
When Alfaro called for a ride home the story took another strange twist. Jocelyn Reardon was stopped for DUI 200 yards from the Troy police station when she arrived to pick up Alfaro. Reardon was wearing a T-shirt and little else.
"Are you wearing any clothes other than the shirt?" an officer asked.
You guessed it, no pants. Reardon was also charged with OVI.