Police: Woman performs all-singing, all-dancing assault at hotel bar
SEATTLE -- An irate woman performed an all-singing, all-dancing assault on a bartender, another patron and police officers while soaked in beer Tuesday night at a hotel bar in the University District, according to the Seattle Police Department.
The woman had been hanging out in the Hotel Deca bar for hours when the bartender finally asked her to pay her $30 tab around 11:30 p.m.
The woman's credit card was declined, and she said she had other ways to pay but was not forthcoming with them.
According to police, the woman became upset, started screaming and tried to throw an empty pitcher of beer at the bartender. Unfortunately, she missed and hit a nearby woman in the chin, according to police.
The bartender later told officers the woman then grabbed a full pitcher of beer, poured it over herself and proceeded to dance and sing.
At the conclusion of her performance, she flung the now-empty pitcher at the bartender, missing once again, according to police.
The bartender called 911, and woman went outside to kick the bar's windows until officers arrived.
While officers were trying to keep the woman from leaving, she slapped one in the face and kicked another one, according to police.
The woman was booked into King County Jail for investigation of assault. Police are also requesting charges of misdemeanor assault, property damage, theft and resisting arrest.