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Monday, February 6, 2012

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big breasts DUI Police: Woman too top-heavy for DUI test?,Police say a suspected drunken driver’s excuse for failing a field-sobriety test was that her large breasts got in the way . Port St. Lucie, Fla., resident Maureen Jane Raymond was charged with DUI after she allegedly failed the test, then told the officer “big breastsyou don't balance well”


When Marueen Raymond, 49, was pulled over for reckless driving, she told officers that the problem wasn’t that she had had too many drinks, it was that she had big breasts
driving-charged-with-The Huffington Post reports that Raymond was pulled over after driving 50 mph in a 35 mph zone near, swerving over the double yellow line, and parking across two spaces at a Walgreens. When police pulled her over to do a few sobriety tests, Raymond insisted that it was her big boobs that were making her wobble, not the alcohol.

In the complaint, the officer wrote:

“When I told her we were going to do some roadside tasks she told me that I needed to understand that she is big chested and if I asked her to close her eyes and balance she is not going to balance well. She told me ‘Big breast you don’t balance well.’ When I told her she had to keep her hands at her side she stated ‘hell no, not with these.’ Telling me again she can’t do it, not with her big boobies.”
When the officer asked her if she had any injuries, Raymond said that she suffered from whiplash and big boobies. When the officer asked her to walk a straight line, Raymond started to dance. And to top it off, Raymond started to strip to show evidence of her big breasts before officers put her in the back of the squad car.A Port St. Lucie woman who said her big breasts hindered her ability to perform field sobriety tests was arrested on a DUI charge after starting to dance and disrobe, according to recently released records.

During one of the tests, Maureen Raymond, 49, told a Martin County Sheriff's deputy she couldn't follow his instructions, saying "hell no not with these . . . not with her big boobies," an arrest affidavit states.

The case that landed Raymond behind bars began around 9:20 p.m. Jan. 29 when a deputy went to a reckless vehicle call in the area of U.S. 1 and Jensen Beach Boulevard.

A deputy spotted a Toyota Camry exceeding the speed limit and crossing the double yellow lines. The Toyota stopped in a Walgreens parking lot. A deputy "detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage about" Raymond, the driver, and found a glass that smelled of booze.

When another deputy said they were going to perform roadside tasks, Raymond told the deputy he "needed to understand that she is big chested," saying big bosoms make balancing difficult. Asked if she had any injuries, Raymond said she had big breasts and whiplash.

During one test she started to dance.

"I asked her if she wanted to attempt the task and she stated if I hold her hand," an affidavit states. "I asked her again if she would like to attempt the task and she stated not really because she has big breasts."

The deputy told her to keep her hands by her side and "she stated hell no not with these. Telling me again she can't do it, not with her big boobies."

The affidavit did not specify a size for Raymond's breasts or even give a ballpark estimate.

The deputy later stopped her when she started taking off her clothes to display her bosoms.

It wasn't clear whether large breasts could be cited as part of a DUI case defense or whether case law supports such a contention.

At the jail, a deputy asked Raymond if she'd take a breath test, which measures blood alcohol content.

"She told me she was praying and that I need to relax because she is praying and God is first," the affidavit states.

Raymond, of the 2600 block of Southeast Gowin Drive in Port St. Lucie, ended up not giving a legit breath sample.

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