Imagine, you go for a late-night stroll in the park, and you end up spending the rest of the night in a police station lockup. It’s happening to everyday people a lot more than you’d think.
An Upper West Side couple now has no qualms about dancing in the subway, after the city settled with them for $75,000 following a lawsuit when police arrested them for the act.
A Manhattan couple has reportedly settled with the city, after being arrested and held overnight in police custody for dancing on a subway platform.
Deputy Commissioner Paul Browne said the couple was observed “dancing and jumping wildly on the platform” and that they ” posed a danger to themselves and others on the platform.”
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