Michigan Police: Fish-Flinging Woman Attacks Men

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By Kelli Sutterman

NORTON SHORES, Michigan (AP) — Two ice fishermen in Michigan cried both fish and foul after they reported being assaulted by a woman wielding the aquatic animal.

Norton Shores police Lt. Jon Gale says the men from Muskegon County's Egelston Township were ice fishing in a shanty Saturday when they were approached by a woman who "wanted to urinate on the ice."

Gale says the 29-year-old Fruitport woman instructed the men to turn their heads while she relieved herself, and while their backs were turned, she struck one of them in the head with a fish. The lieutenant says the woman then struck the other man across the face with a fish.

She apparently was upset the men put their shanty too close to hers.

The Muskegon Chronicle says the men decided against pressing charges.

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