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Florida woman shown dancing, laughing during sobriety test

Florida woman shown dancing, laughing during sobriety test

Florida woman shown dancing, laughing during sobriety test

A Florida woman's night of fun came to an end after sheriff's deputies arrested her for a DUI on Thursday morning.

Reports said a deputy spotted Lori Krosser walking from the gas station to a car and she appeared intoxicated. The deputy asked Krosser if she was driving, and the report stated she laughed at him.

Deputies said dash cam video shows Krosser taking a field sobriety test. They said it shows her stumbling past the deputy and shows she danced as she walked the other direction.

Deputies said they found several open beer bottles and containers in Krosser's car.

She is currently being held in Marion County Jail.

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