Flashing For Beer Goes Bad
Women offer striptease for beer, pull knife when rejected.
Two St. James City, Florida women were arrested Wednesday evening after their failed attempts to flash fellow bar patrons to earn extra beer money escalated into a parking lot attack.
Deputies were called to The Waterfront restaurant at 5:21 p.m. about two "disorderly females."
Restaurant workers say Alicia Martin, 28, and Kathryn Rayannic, 23, had consumed "excessive quantities" of beer at the bar.
Deputies say the duo ran out of money, so they bounced around the bar offering to expose their breasts to other patrons for money, so they could buy more beer.
"They were offering to show their boobs for drinks," said waiter Shaun Bassett. "We had five guys that were like, 'Please, leave us alone.' They actually went up to tables who had their wives there."
In fact, no one took the women up on their offer.
"Basically when they were turned down, they kind of got a little rowdy," Bassett said.
The other customers complained, and two restaurant employees, a male and a female, tried to get Martin and Ryannic to leave.
The arrest report says Martin shoved the female employee into a wall before walking the suspects out of the restaurant.
Once outside, deputies say Martin attacked the female employee, punching her in the back of the head.
The male employee jumped in and dragged Martin off the female employee.
He took Martin's keys as the female employee called 911, deputies say.
That's when Martin allegedly pulled a knife and demanded the keys back.
She allegedly charged the man, telling him she was going to stab him.
Deputies say the man backed off, so Martin put the knife away and attacked the female employee again.
Martin is charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Battery.
Rayannic is charged with Disorderly Conduct.