GOOD GRIEF: Woman Arrested For Trying To Scale White House Fence FOR A THIRD TIME

Some people are just determined to spend their lives in jail. The woman in this story is one of them. She was recently caught trying to hop the White House fence. For a third time!

WTOP News reported:

3rd time not a charm: White House fence jumper busted again

The Secret Service must be feeling a profound sense of deja vu.

A woman who had tried to jump the White House fence but got tripped up by her shoelaces last week, and was arrested days later for violating a “Stay Away” order, was busted yet again early Sunday by Secret Service officers.

Officials confirmed to WTOP by email that it was the same woman who had been arrested twice before.

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In an official statement, the presidential security force said the woman triggered an alarm at approximately 2:15 a.m. at the southeast corner of the Treasury Building adjacent to 15th Street Northwest…

The woman has been arrested twice before.

The first arrest occurred on March 21, when she attempted to scale the White House fence and was strung up by her shoelaces. She was issued a “Stay Away” order.

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The second arrest occurred on March 24, when she was spotted at 16th Street and H Street Northwest, near Lafayette Park, and busted for violating the aforementioned “Stay Away” order.

You have to wonder what this woman was thinking.

She has basically destroyed her future job prospects.


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