A woman at a Las Vegas airport claims she was arrested for being too good looking.
Las Vegas Police arrived on the scene at a Chili’s in the Harry Reid International Airport after reports of Hend Bustam leaving the restaurant without paying her bill.
The police arrived after she left but they were able to track her down at security. She was arrested near the baggage claim area but that's when she was making claims about her great looks being her downfall.
Arrested Beauty: A woman who skipped out on a restaurant bill in Las Vegas says she was arrested because she’s so good looking. Hend Bustami was found sleeping near an airport security checkpoint. She has an outstanding warrant from Las Vegas. MORE: https://t.co/sAYBFfSbuw pic.twitter.com/3tx3LT0MEt
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The arrest report claims she was being very rude and was intoxicated during the arrest. She let the officers know that “she was being harassed because cops [had] never seen anyone as pretty as her.”
During the exchange with the police, it became known there is a warrant out for her arrest. She was then booked into the Clark County Detention Center.
A case could be made that if she was as good looking as she thinks she is, she would have never been arrested for leaving a restaurant without paying. There's something known as "hot girl privilege" and she apparently isn't privy to it.
Hend Bustami, who describes herself as “hospitality professional” was found sleeping near security checkpoint by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police
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