A Plum woman was charged with open lewdness after she dropped her tube top to expose her breasts to a woman who allegedly made fun of them.
Coleen A. Maddy, 52, of Holiday Park Drive, Plum, is charged with open lewdness and harassment. She is accused of exposing her breasts and making obscene comments.
Maddy approached the woman, who was leaving her job in Irwin, at about 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 30 and attempted to physically attack her, according to a criminal complaint. Maddy told police she went to the woman's job in retaliation to harassment from the woman. Maddy said she exposed her breasts because they were “making jokes of her breasts,” according to the criminal complaint.
A preliminary hearing is set for Nov. 27 with North Huntingdon District Judge Douglas Weimer.
Amanda Dolasinski is a staff writer for Trib Total Media.
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