Woman receives ticket for cursing

July 12, 2012 at 1:33 PM   |   0 comments

GRAPEVINE, Texas, July 12 (UPI) -- A Grapevine, Texas, mother received a ticket for using profanity in an argument with another mother at a water park in front of children.

Kristy Dugray, 34, said she was talking to a woman when another mother interrupted their conversation, instigating a heated argument requiring multiple officers to report to the water park, KXAS-TV, Dallas/Fort Worth reported.

"I have a nice vocabulary," Dugray said. "It just came out. I told her what I thought about her ... She was telling me how awful I was and how I had a horrible heart inside and I was a terrible, ugly person inside. So I told her she was an ugly person on the outside."

"It's just not the kind of language that we felt was appropriate," Grapevine police Lt. Barry Bowling said. "The cursing was what was offensive to not only the victim but the bystanders who were in the area at the time."

Dugray received a ticket for disorderly conduct. She said she plans fight her ticket in court without cursing at the judge.

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