Woman says she got a ticket for 'indecent exposure' while in a crop top and shorts

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By Asiya Ali

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A woman has gone viral on social media after saying she got a ticket for "indecent exposure" while wearing a short-sleeved black crop top and pair of denim shorts.

TikTok user Casey - who goes by the handle @kazzi112 - posted a video explaining how she got ticketed at an event in Winnfield, Louisiana.

"You see my outfit," Casey said, as she stood in front of the camera and walked in a circle. "I got a f***ing ticket for indecent exposure in Winnfield, Louisiana… All of my bits are covered."

The woman noted in the video, captioned "MAKE IT MAKE SENSE", that "alcohol was being handed out for free" at what was supposed to be considered a family event, and questioned why she was the one to be called out.

Watch Casey's TikTok below:

Casey went into detail about how she was given the ticket to her 27.9K followers: "Three female cops came up to me and gave me a f***ing ticket."

"I live a mile down the road, they literally could have just been like, ‘Hey ma’am, can you put some clothes on?,’ and I would have been like, ‘Yeah, cool. I’ll be right back,’" she continued. "But they stood there and gave me a f***ing ticket’ for indecent exposure, are you kidding me?"

As of this writing, the post has amassed over 2.9 million views and 418.9K likes on the social media platform, with users in the comments encouraging her not to pay the ticket and also noting how her outfit was not an issue.

One user wrote: "What in the 1835 is going on in Winnfield??"

Another said: "Wear it to court."

A third commented that it's appropriate clothing for the warm weather in the city. They said: "It's Louisiana it gets hot and muggy. What else are you supposed to wear?"

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In response, Casey wrote in the comments section how uncomfortable she was when she got the ticket, and how it took "a lot" for her to wear the outfit in the first place.

"The worst part is that I NEVER show this much skin," she wrote. "It took a lot for me to leave the house like this. I was so embarrassed during the citation."

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In a Facebook post that appears to be a response to Casey’s video, the Winnfield Police Department wrote: "Recent posts to social media have had a negative impact on the service of our police officers."

Without mentioning Casey's name, the post said that the police department received "various complaints about the person’s attire".

The department also referred to the city's law, which stated that it is prohibited for a person to wear clothes that "intentionally exposes undergarments or intentionally exposes any portion of the pubic hair, cleft of buttocks, or genitals."

The post concluded with a statement from the department’s spokesperson about not getting involved in social media posts.

"We, as public servants, will not engage in a social media war with anyone or any organization, as it is improper and brings discredit upon this department. We also cannot comment on details of any case under investigation or pending court action," the statement reads.

Featured image credit: Dmitry Kaminsky / Alamy.

Woman says she got a ticket for 'indecent exposure' while in a crop top and shorts

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

A woman has gone viral on social media after saying she got a ticket for "indecent exposure" while wearing a short-sleeved black crop top and pair of denim shorts.

TikTok user Casey - who goes by the handle @kazzi112 - posted a video explaining how she got ticketed at an event in Winnfield, Louisiana.

"You see my outfit," Casey said, as she stood in front of the camera and walked in a circle. "I got a f***ing ticket for indecent exposure in Winnfield, Louisiana… All of my bits are covered."

The woman noted in the video, captioned "MAKE IT MAKE SENSE", that "alcohol was being handed out for free" at what was supposed to be considered a family event, and questioned why she was the one to be called out.

Watch Casey's TikTok below:

Casey went into detail about how she was given the ticket to her 27.9K followers: "Three female cops came up to me and gave me a f***ing ticket."

"I live a mile down the road, they literally could have just been like, ‘Hey ma’am, can you put some clothes on?,’ and I would have been like, ‘Yeah, cool. I’ll be right back,’" she continued. "But they stood there and gave me a f***ing ticket’ for indecent exposure, are you kidding me?"

As of this writing, the post has amassed over 2.9 million views and 418.9K likes on the social media platform, with users in the comments encouraging her not to pay the ticket and also noting how her outfit was not an issue.

One user wrote: "What in the 1835 is going on in Winnfield??"

Another said: "Wear it to court."

A third commented that it's appropriate clothing for the warm weather in the city. They said: "It's Louisiana it gets hot and muggy. What else are you supposed to wear?"

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In response, Casey wrote in the comments section how uncomfortable she was when she got the ticket, and how it took "a lot" for her to wear the outfit in the first place.

"The worst part is that I NEVER show this much skin," she wrote. "It took a lot for me to leave the house like this. I was so embarrassed during the citation."

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Credit: TikTok.

In a Facebook post that appears to be a response to Casey’s video, the Winnfield Police Department wrote: "Recent posts to social media have had a negative impact on the service of our police officers."

Without mentioning Casey's name, the post said that the police department received "various complaints about the person’s attire".

The department also referred to the city's law, which stated that it is prohibited for a person to wear clothes that "intentionally exposes undergarments or intentionally exposes any portion of the pubic hair, cleft of buttocks, or genitals."

The post concluded with a statement from the department’s spokesperson about not getting involved in social media posts.

"We, as public servants, will not engage in a social media war with anyone or any organization, as it is improper and brings discredit upon this department. We also cannot comment on details of any case under investigation or pending court action," the statement reads.

Featured image credit: Dmitry Kaminsky / Alamy.