Suspected burglar doesn't have time to wait for her limo driver

SEATTLE -- "I need to leave, and I am not waiting for my limo."

That's the explanation given by a suspected burglar as she tried to steal a limousine and immediately before she dropped her pants and urinated in the street, according to the Seattle Police Department.

The whole classy affair started shortly after 11 a.m. last Friday when a resident in the 2000 block of Boyer Avenue East heard her front door open and close.

According to the police report for the incident, the victim came up from her basement to find a woman standing in her kitchen, messing with her home-security panel.

When the victim asked what she was doing, the suspect reportedly responded, "I'm just trying to clean the door!" before leaving the house.

Officers arrived and found the suspect a block away, where she was arrested.

While speaking with the suspect, a limousine driver approached officers and filled them in on what the suspect had apparently been up to.

The driver told officers he was standing outside his unlocked limousine and speaking with another driver when the suspect walked up and got into the backseat of the limo.

The driver said at first he thought the suspect was a client, but then she got out of the backseat and climbed into the driver's seat.

According to the report, the driver asked the suspect what she was doing, and she replied, "I need to leave, and I am not waiting for my limo driver."

She then reportedly tried and failed to start the limo without the key before getting out, pulling down her pants and urinating in the street.

The suspect was booked into King County Jail for investigation of burglary and attempted auto theft.