An almost naked woman was arrested after leading police on a 110mph chase in a stolen Cadillac.
Rachael Lynn Stefancich, 24, of Plant City, Florida, was flagged down by troopers after she was accused of stealing.
But rather than stopping, she sped off at 110mph before officers rammed her.
Pictures showed the Cadillac tangled up in a wire fence down a grass embankment with a police car just behind.
Stefancich came to a half and was arrested for grand theft auto, reckless driving, fleeing and eluding, possession of methamphetamine and driving while having her licence suspended.
The Tampa Bay Times reports that she was booked into the Hernando County jail where her status is unknown.
The Highway Patrol said: "Rachael Lynn Stefancich, 24, of Plant City, nearly fully unclothed, was immediately taken into custody and arrested for grand theft auto, reckless driving, fleeing & eluding, possession of methamphetamine and driving while license suspended.
"Stefancich was later delivered to the Hernando County Jail.'
Stefancich has previous arrests for other offences including petty theft and drug possession, according to online records.
Troopers said the high-speed chase spanned across multiple Florida counties.
They were informed about Stefancich at around 10am on Saturday morning.
Reports said the vehicle was first seen on the interstate in Hernando County and when troopers tried a traffic stop, the vehicle sped off at 110mph while changing lanes.
Stefancich was also said to be using the roadway shoulder to pass other cars.
The arrest report stated that the authorities recovered a glass pipe used for smoking methamphetamine and a substance believed to be meth inside the vehicle.
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