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Posted at 6:46 AM ET, 12/23/2010

Fla. woman charged with setting boyfriend's pants on fire

By Washington Post Editors

A Florida woman was charged with aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony after allegedly setting fire to her boyfriend's clothes in a sensitive area, according to this report:

On Tuesday night, Dixon-Newbold, 38, approached her beau, who was sleeping on a couch, and used a lighter to set a small fire at the bottom of his shirt, over the crotch area of his pants, according to a sheriff's report.
Gonzales felt a "burning sensation," woke up and put out the smoldering fire with his hands. Then he got up, grabbed his car keys and tried to leave when Dixon-Newbold confronted him at the door, the report said. A neighbor heard them arguing and called police.

Read the full story on the Sun-Sentinel web site.


By Washington Post Editors  | December 23, 2010; 6:46 AM ET
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Comments

That's one hell of a lapdance!!!

Posted by: paliceag | December 23, 2010 9:16 AM | Report abuse

Tis the season...

Posted by: BigDaddy651 | December 23, 2010 10:45 AM | Report abuse

Wow, he was really "burning".....LOL!

Posted by: PublicEnemy1 | December 23, 2010 10:54 AM | Report abuse

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