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Bryelle Marshall (Albuquerque Police Department)

Police asked this woman to walk a line to prove she was sober. She did cartwheels instead.

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Police asked this woman to walk a line to prove she was sober. She did cartwheels instead.

It's common knowledge that if you get pulled over for driving under the influence, you'll probably have to walk in a straight line to prove your sobriety.


Bryelle Marshall, 23, decided to do cartwheels instead, according to our partners at WSYX.

We're not doing yoga. Put your hands down.
Police officer, just before Marshall's cartwheel

She refused orders to walk in a straight line and face the Albuquerque Police officer.

Police asked this woman to walk a line to prove she was sober. She did cartwheels instead.

WATCH | Here's the police body camera footage, posted Tuesday, that captured the cartwheels. Skip to 2:01 for the first cartwheel. 

The officer warned Marshall she could be written up for resisting a field sobriety test after the first cartwheel. After repeated insubordination, she cartwheeled again, kicking the officer in the process. 

"Don't do it, 'cause you're going to hit me and I'm going to charge you with battery," the officer said moments before Marshall cartwheeled again and kicked him.

She was booked and released from jail Tuesday.

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