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Today's Most: Women arrested for twerking, exposing themselves in front of City Hall

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TODAY'S MOST...Unbelievable act in front of a city hall: Three women were arrested for twerking, and exposing themselves, outside City Hall in Beaverton, Oregon.
 
Police say one of the women went to City Hall to pay a fine. When she finished, she and two of her friends started twerking outside, and two of them showed their genitals while they danced.
In addition, one of the three went to the bathroom between two police cars. Some city workers inside the building saw what was going on through the windows.

Coura Velazquez and Brittney Medak are the women who allegedly showed their private parts while dancing. Leokham Yothsombath apparently filmed the entire thing on her smartphone.

Police arrested them and found drugs on them. 

Among the charges the women now face - disorderly conduct, offensive littering, tampering with drug records, possession of prescription drugs, possession of marijuana, possession of methamphetamine.

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