A woman has claimed a police officer tasered her because she refused to show him her breasts.
The officer chased the woman through her work before shooting her with the gun, a Federal Court heard.
Ashlea Bennett is now suing the City of Haskell, in Arkansas, and its police officer Brandon Carter.
In a court file, it claims that Carter ‘demanded that she expose her breasts to him’ while he was on duty and wearing his uniform on December 13, 2011.
‘Carter’s demands to the plaintiff to expose herself to him occurred multiple times.
‘That, upon her refusal, Carter drew his City of Haskell-issued electroshock Taser weapon from his utility belt, pointed the weapon at plaintiff, and threatened to deploy the same against her if she would not expose her breasts to him.