Police arrested an entire family outside a Pennsylvania high school Friday after they allegedly stripped naked and started chanting "God is great" and "Jesus Lord, savior."
The four members of the Butler family, identified by the Delco Times as a mother, Sara, 43, and her children, Joanne, 23, Bessie, 22, and a 14-year-old boy, all face charges of defiant trespass, disorderly conduct and open lewdness.
Sara Butler is also being charged with corrupting the morals of a minor, Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sara Butler arrived at the Upper Darby High School in suburban Philadelphia around 10 a.m., demanding to see a student to whom she may be related.
"Because she has no parental rights school officials would not release the child and said she couldn't take the child out of school," Chitwood told the Delco Times.
When school officials denied her request, the family members lay on the ground and began chanting, eventually taking off their clothing and climbing into a nearby van.
"They disrobed between parked cars and were running around chanting prayers to Jesus," Chitwood said. "When police got there they locked their arms in defiant protest. When we get them back to the police station we gave them their clothes and the mom refuses to put her clothes on. She's the leader of the pack."
Watch footage of the arrest below. Content warning -- strong language and mature images.