CHICAGO - JUNE 30: A Chicago police department patrol car drives past the front of the Wm. Wrigley Jr. building June 30, 2005 in Chicago, Illinois. Chicago-based Wm. Wrigley Jr. has said it will close this 94-year-old factory that produces the company's chewing gum, effecting close to 600 workers, after its acquisition of Kraft Foods' Life Savers and Altoids brands June 29. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)

A woman in Oklahoma got pulled over last week, and she had a suspended license and a warrant.  But she tried to get out of it by saying it was her birthday . . . and she needed to poop.

When the cops didn’t let her go, she sped off.  She was arrested after a high-speed chase on several felony charges.


Enid woman arrested after leading officers on chase, claiming she had to have bowel movement and it was her birthday

ENID, Okla. (KFOR) - A woman who refused to cooperate during a traffic stop sparked a high-speed chase and guns being drawn in an Enid neighborhood. Twenty-eight-year-old Emily Owings was initially pulled over for not wearing her seatbelt. She also didn't have a license or her insurance.