Topless woman takes front-end loader for joyride, crashes: cops

“We can’t make stuff like this up,” Police Lt. Doug Otto told the newspaper.

A topless woman in Montana is accused of taking a front-end loader for a joyride that ended with her crashing into a building across town, according to officials.

Great Falls Police said that 34-year-old Heather Houston allegedly drove the vehicle Sunday morning to Fox Hollow Apartments, where she plowed down a fence en route to pick up a shirt from her home.

The half-naked woman reportedly used the machinery’s arm and bucket to climb inside her upper-level apartment, according to the Great Falls Tribune.

“We can’t make stuff like this up,” Police Lt. Doug Otto told the newspaper.

Authorities said Houston stole the front-end loader Sunday morning from a business around 6 miles away from her apartment.

Houston’s neighbors took to social media to complain about the early morning disturbance.

“Got woken up to our TOPLESS upstairs neighbor driving an excavator into the building!” Molly Broxhold wrote on Facebook.

Police arrested Houston on suspicion of criminal mischief and criminal endangerment. Officials said there may be more charges filed against her.

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