An Oklahoma woman led law enforcement on a high-speed chase, but not before informing them that she had to “poop so bad.”
Emily Sindt Owings was pulled over Tuesday morning when the Enid-area officer noticed that she wasn’t wearing a seatbelt and lacked necessary credentials to operate a motor vehicle.
After running Owings’ information (using the only ID available, a medical marijuana card), the officer determined that her license had been revoked.
Owings claimed she “didn’t know, otherwise I won’t drive no more.”
While waiting for a warrants check to complete, Owings informed the officer that she had to “poop so bad.”
It was soon discovered that Owings had warrants in nearby Woods County for fighting an officer, and the lawman conducting the stop asked the woman to get out of the vehicle.
Owings stalled for a while longer, making excuses about it being her birthday and her bowels being ready to release.
“You have warrants in Woods County and they are coming to get you,” the officer said.
“No they are not!” she said, making good her escape. “F–k you guys!”
With a new sense of urgency, Owings led officers on a high-speed chase through the incorporated area, topping speeds of 70 MPH.
Despite eventually coming to a stop and being ousted from her vehicle by armed officers, Owings still had one thing on her mind.
“Can I poop in your car, man?” she asked the officer.
“You could’ve already been on your way to jail!” the officer responded.
“Yeah,” she said, “But not pooping.”
According to the New York Post, Owings was booked into the Garfield County Detention Center on charges including reckless driving, driving under suspension and possession of drug paraphernalia.
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