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Naked woman punches and urinates on police officers who were trying to arrest her

By Mirror | January 12th 2016

 Florida: A mum who allegedly abandoned her child while she got drunk is accused of attacking and urinating on cops who found her naked with her "sugar daddy".

Jennifer Cael, 34, is said to have left her youngster with strangers in the lobby of her apartment building in Florida, telling them she didn't care if they called the police.

Officers were called but were unable to find Cael at her Daytona Beach flat, reports the Orlando Sentinel.

Neighbours told cops the wayward mum was drunk and may have gone to another resident's home - who was described as Cael's "sugar daddy" according to the police report.

The report claims police got into the man's home and found a nude and intoxicated Cael aggressively approaching one of the officers.

She punched one of them in the chest, according to the report.

When they tried to arrest Cael, officers claim she urinated on them as they tried to place her in handcuffs.

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She is now charged with child neglect and resisting an officer with violence, the police report states.

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