The latest example of MissBehavior. (HT Boston Herald)
The latest example of MissBehavior features a formerly highly paid TV Executive (pictured above). From BostonHerald.com:
"Delray Beach police were called to The Office at 9:35 p.m. because an intoxicated woman was “doing innappropriate acts” and refused to leave, according to the police report, obtained by the Herald.
Restaurant staff called police, saying (Randi) Goldklank was “touching herself, removing her top and dancing on a pole like a stripper,” according to the report.
Goldklank, who just turned 43, was sitting at the hostess desk and touching the restaurant’s DJ equipment when a police officer arrived. The embattled TV exec refused to step outside, the report said.
According to the report, the officer then took her arm and led her out of the restaurant but Goldklank tried to run away.
Goldklank was slurring her speech, “appeared intoxicated” and threatened to put the cop on the news — in a scenario similar to her embarrassing Boston arrest, according to police.
“The defendant repeatedly told me that if I did not let her go, I would be on the news because she works for News 12,” the report said."
As if that's a get out of jail free card. This ain't Monopoly, and there's a price for bad behavior, especially when it's of this nature.
BostonHerald.com: Cops: Restaurant strip show gets former Channel 7 exec arrested