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A Pennsylvania woman whose boyfriend was keener on his Xbox than a roll in the hay faces charges of indecent exposure, simple assault, open lewdness, and harassment after allegedly assaulting the gaming aficionado, then giving pursuit naked from the waist down as he made for a nearby convenience store to call 911.

Heather Hayes, 24, of Lansford, was arrested in the early hours of 26 February outside a Turkey Hill store by an officer responding to an emergency call, who found her "standing by the trash container, nude from the waist down".

According to an affidavit of probable cause, reported here, Hayes explained to Officer Jeffrey Ohl she'd "gotten into an argument with her boyfriend, Eric Zuber, after he refused to have sex with her".

She claimed Zuber had been on the Xbox for two days with his mates, and "not paying attention to her". When Zuber declined the offer of intimacy, an argument ensued, and Hayes "began to slap and punch him about the head and back ... bit him on the left forearm, and grabbed his testicles and began to twist them", as the victim put it.

Zuber said he made good his escape when Hayes "was smashing things in the house", but she gave chase "yelling obscenities and insults". Zuber claims she followed him into the Turkey Hill, "yelling at him, and hit him with her house keys".

When asked by officer Officer Ohl why she was naked from the waist down, Hayes explained "it was because she was anticipating having sex, and that she didn't want to go upstairs and put on pants before following Zuber to the convenience store". ®

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