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Video: Sisters Dance, Urinate on Chairs at Station

February 11, 2013  | 

VIDEO: Sisters Dance, Urinate on Chairs In Station

A Florida judge has sentenced two Canadian sisters to 20 hours each of community service with a $250 fine, after a bizarre arrest that involved them dancing and urinating in the Miami Beach Police station.

Surveillance video released by the agency shows Michele and Angelina Mastrangelo, 20 and 24, of Toronto "booty" dancing and urinating on chairs following the Dec. 23 arrest.

The sisters, who filed a complaint with the department, told the Toronto Star that police used excessive force and "disrespected us."

Tags: Miami Beach PD, Intoxicated Subjects, Stations, Video Surveillance


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Jim A @ 2/13/2013 5:38 PM

Skanks. Has nothing to do with Canada or anything else - except for being SKANKS. We have them here, too. Stupid.

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