By Tamar Lapin. January 16, pm Updated January 17, am. A woman could be seen on video slowly stripping naked while strolling through the baggage claim area at Miami International Airport. In the wild cellphone footage posted on Twitter , she belts out a song as she struts inside the airport. She wiggles out of her dark blue underwear: first taking off her top and then her panties, without breaking stride. The year-old woman was taken into custody Monday night for an involuntary mental health evaluation, the Miami Herald reported. Read Next. This story has been shared , times.
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You see all kinds of things at the airport. But the people involved are usually dressed. Filmmaker Billy Corben posted a video on Twitter that got some attention Wednesday morning.
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Ann Chadwick, 48, and Kelly Hadfield-Hyde, 51, caused an uproar as they began peeling off clothes when security officers asked them to remove their belts and coats. Two mums stunned holidaymakers when they stripped off at a Manchester Airport security gate. The Terminal One striptease has now landed the pair in court — the case coming just weeks after an ex-postman stripped off and was Tasered on the airport's runway. While mum-of-two Hadfield-Hyde, who once worked as an air hostess and has a title after marrying a Lord, went even further by parading around topless. Trafford magistrates court heard how the pair subjected staff to a foul-mouthed tirade before police were called to arrest them. Chadwick pleaded guilty to a public order offence, while Hadfield-Hyde was found guilty after a bizarre trial, where defending herself, she insisted she had been 'commanded' to remove her clothes by the security officer. The drama unfolded on December 3 last year, when the pair shared a bottle of wine before their 6. Security officer Abdullah Myatt told the court: "I asked them to take their jackets and belts off and put them in the tray, and next thing I turn back round and they've taken their clothes off.