A Spartanburg woman faces charges after police say she walked into a store on South Church Street Tuesday, and started fondling customers and asking them for money.
Police say Annetta Brewton refused to leave and pulled her pants down revealing her genitals and saying vulgar slurs.
ABrewton then ran down the street and walked into an elderly woman’s home where she locked the door and sat on the couch and insisted they play cards according to the report.
Officers say they later found her sitting on the woman’s toilet using foul language, and demanding the police leave.
Brewton was eventually arrested and escorted out of the home.
Brewton also kicked out the back window of a police car according to the report.
She is charged with disorderly conduct and destruction of city property.