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Florida woman arrested for DUI at McDonald’s found with vodka stashed in her bra

New York Daily News logo New York Daily News 3/20/2021 Jami Ganz

A Florida woman arrested at a McDonald’s drive-thru for drunk driving was subsequently found to have an eight-pack of vodka stashed in her bra, The Smoking Gun reported Friday.

A caller on Monday reported Brandi Stanley, 31, was “driving all over the drive thru” of the Lady Lake Golden Arches, about 56 miles northwest of Orlando, and then eating in the parking lot, according to the arrest report obtained by the outlet.

An officer dispatched shortly before 8 p.m. found Stanley “idling” in the driver’s seat of her Pontiac with “glassy” eyes, “flushed” face, and smelling of alcohol, noted the report.

Florida’s at it again. A 31-year-old woman was arrested for a DUI at a McDonald’s drive-thru this week and just so happened to have vodka stashed in her bra, The Smoking Gun reported Friday. (file photo) © Provided by New York Daily News Florida’s at it again. A 31-year-old woman was arrested for a DUI at a McDonald’s drive-thru this week and just so happened to have vodka stashed in her bra, The Smoking Gun reported Friday. (file photo)

Florida’s at it again. A 31-year-old woman was arrested for a DUI at a McDonald’s drive-thru this week and just so happened to have vodka stashed in her bra, The Smoking Gun reported Friday. (file photo)

The cop asked Stanley if she needed medical attention or whether she’d been drinking and she said no to both.

Upon exiting the car, as instructed by the officer, Stanley began “swaying from side to side,” and on the way to Lake County Jail “continued to utter, ‘she wasn’t driving,’ ‘just take me home let’s forget about this’ and ‘I’m so stupid I should know better,’” the report noted.

Stanley “continued to yell and scream at deputies” once at the jail, where she was found to have an 8-pack of Deep Eddy Vodka in her bra, according to the report, which noted one of the bottles was missing at that point.

Online jail records show that Stanley was charged for driving under the influence, a second-degree misdemeanor, and refusal, a first-degree misdemeanor.

She was bonded and released Tuesday morning and is next scheduled to appear in court on March 30, the Lake County Jail confirmed to the Daily News.

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