Mess! She looks like she's been drinking hard for a while.
This is not the first run-in with the law for Jacqueline Kent Cooke. She was arrested in June 2008 in Boston for driving under the influence, according to Boston.com.
Cooke, then 20, was seen by police leaving the South Street Diner in the city’s South End about 5:15 p.m., with a waitress following behind because the bill hadn’t been paid, the Boston Globe reported at the time. Cooke and the woman told police they forgot to pay the bill and went inside to pay.
The officers said they saw car keys for a BMW fall onto the counter while Cooke was paying and because both women appeared to be intoxicated, asked if they had driven to the restaurant. They said they had not driven, and denied that a BMW parked nearby belonged to them. The Globe reports what happened next, according to police:
Minutes later, officers saw the two women walk to the car. They approached them again, asking whether they had the keys. One of the women said she gave the keys to her brother, who would take them home, according to the statement. Officers suggested the women take a taxi home, but they walked away, police said.
The pair returned to the car 10 minutes later and told the officers that it was useless for them to keep watching because they could not stop them from driving home, police said. The officers again suggested a taxi.
Then, police said, one of the women stepped into the street, lifted her skirt, and exposed her buttocks to the officers. The women got into the car at 5:40 a.m. and, despite warnings from the officers, started the engine, leading to Cooke’s arrest, police said.