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Woman Busted For Nautical Nastiness

Cops: Floridian relieved self from above on hubby

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Nautical Nastiness

AUGUST 17--In a novel bit of nautical nastiness, a Florida Woman opened the port hatch of her boat and proceeded to urinate on her husband who was asleep in the bed below, police charge.

According to investigators, Heather Smith, 48, and her spouse early yesterday “got into a verbal altercation while on their cabin cruiser at sea” near a small island about 10 miles northwest of Clearwater.

Around 1 AM Sunday, cops say, the 47-year-old victim was snoozing when Smith “opened the front port hatch,” which is “located in the roof of the interior cabin bedroom.” Smith then “urinated on the victim” from above.

When Smith’s husband subsequently exited the cabin area, she allegedly bit him on the stomach. The victim, cops reported, “had injuries that matched the story.”

When questioned by police, Smith reportedly “admitted to biting and urinating on the victim.”

Seen above, Smith was arrested for domestic battery, a misdemeanor, and booked into the county jail around 4:40 AM. She was released from custody today on her own recognizance, though a judge ordered her to be outfitted with an alcohol monitor.

Smith, who will be allowed contact with her husband, lives with her spouse in a waterfront condominium--complete with boat slip--on Tierra Verde, an island just south of St. Petersburg. (1 page)