Florida Woman Attacks Husband After He Interrupts Her ‘Pleasuring Session’

Florida Woman Attacks Husband After He Interrupts Her ‘Pleasuring Session’
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In Port St. Lucie, Florida a woman was enjoying a session of self-love with such ardor that her estranged husband rush through the door and he was hauled off to jail.

A police report obtained by The Smoking Gun states that 42 year-old was arrested on misdemeanor charges of battery for allegedly striking her husband in the face.

According to a Port St. Lucie police report obtained by The Smoking Gun, Flavia Higgs, a 42-year-old licensed private investigator, was arrested on a misdemeanor battery charge when she she allegedly struck her husband in the face.

He had “barged into” a room as she was masturbating with enough volume to rouse his attention, cops say.

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43 year-old Garrett Higgs told when he got home he “heard moaning” from behind a closed bedroom door. He said he and his wife had been estranged and were living in separate rooms and had not been intimate in over a year.

On September 7th at approximately 12:30 a.m. Garrett Higgs approached the door, heard the groaning, and tried turning the doorknob. The door was locked so Mr. Higgs banged on the door. Garrett Higgs claims he thought another man was in the room with his estranged wife so he used a screwdriver to pry the door open.

In, what we can only guess was an involuntary reaction to being interrupted The Mrs. tried to stop him from entering and punched him square in the face. “She said she was pleasuring herself and he barged into the room,” the report stated. She said she tried to escort her husband away and he pushed her arm away.

“She said she felt threatened by this and struck him in the face.”

At that point, the report says, they both started screaming and yelling and she called 911.

Since she initiated physical contact, she was arrested on a misdemeanor battery charge and booked into St. Lucie County Jail, from which she was soon released.

(source: Miami Herald)