A 30-year-old woman called the police on her parents after her father had the audacity to knock on her bedroom door to ask if she wanted to attend church with the family on Saturday, according to The State.
What are the details of the incident?
The woman, Ashley Shanell Fuller, reportedly phoned authorities on Saturday and told police that her parents were harassing her.
Fuller's father said that all he did was knock on her bedroom door to see if she wanted to go to church for communion. She apparently did not and reportedly told her father that she wanted to be left alone instead.
Then she decided to make a phone call to police.
When deputies arrived on the scene, Fuller — who reportedly lives with her parents — got visibly upset when authorities said that her father asking about church services simply did not constitute harassment on his part.
Fuller rejected the officer's explanation and reportedly went on to tell responding officers that her parents were aware that she didn't want to go to church and insisted on asking her go to anyway. She then demanded that deputies "make her parents leave the house and leave her alone."
What did the police do?
Fuller began swearing and shouting when deputies advised her that life just doesn't work like that, and that's the moment when deputies arrested her.
Fuller's dad said that she'd been "acting this way all night" leading up to the incident.
Authorities arrested Fuller without incident, and charged her with breach of peace, according to the outlet. She was released on Sunday afternoon.