Some memorable stuff has been known to happen at Dick’s on Broadway.

Some memorable stuff has been known to happen at Dick’s on Broadway.

Some memorable stuff has been known to happen at Dick’s on Broadway. And for those who saw it, an incident Wednesday evening sounds like one that will be hard to soon forget.

According to Seattle Police:

Staff at the Dick’s on Broadway and E. Denny Way called police at about 5:30 PM after the woman began harassing customers and refused when a manager asked her to leave the property. Instead, the woman grabbed a condiment holder and a charity donation box off Dick’s front counter and hurled them at employees. The woman struck one staff member in the arm, scratching him.

When officers arrived at the scene, a witness also told them the woman pulled her pants down and performed a very lewd act in front of Dick’s.

Police say the woman is accused of causing $75 worth of damage during her freakout, and was booked into King County Jail for assault and harassment.

That all makes perfect sense, of course. What we want to know is what’s the difference between a lewd act and a very lewd act?

UPDATE:

Sources say act “rhymes w/ masturbation” MT @seattleweekly: Woman Loses It At Dick’s, Performs ‘Very Lewd Act’ http://t.co/nRTVwqMICW

— Matt Driscoll (@mattsdriscoll) July 17, 2014


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