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VIDEO: Woman Shows Cleavage and Offers Cash During Traffic Stop, Cops Say


Screen Shot 2016-07-02 at 9.27.04 AMA Florida woman, who works as an entertainer, allegedly pulled down her dress to show her cleavage, and tried to hand over a wad of cash after she was stopped by a cop. The woman, Margaret Garcia, told Local 10 News that the cop is lying about what happened. The thing is, much of the interaction was caught on body camera video. Miami-Dade police pulled her over for speeding. The officer reports that when he approached her vehicle, she pulled “the top of her dress down exposing her bra.”

Watch below:

When the police officer asked Garcia for her license and registration, she instead pulled out a handful of cash.

“Ma’am that’s money,” he said.

“I know,” the woman replied.

“Why are you giving me money?” the officer replied.

“How much do I owe you?” she said.

“You don’t owe me any money. I asked for your license and registration,” the cop replied.

While searching the car, a police officer also found a bag of weed to which the woman replied, “Come on that’s personal use.”

“I smoke weed, what?” she said. Radio show host Andy Slater first obtained a copy of the body-cam footage and posted it online.

Police arrested the woman for speeding, marijuana possession and now bribery.

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