We've heard of trigger-happy police officers and their tasering mishaps
before, but to use it on a pregnant woman three times is just insane.
According to ATL, a Supreme Court is currently deciding whether to hear a case that involves a very pregnant woman who was triple tased after being pulled over for driving 32 miles an hour in a 20 mph zone.
Malaika Brooks was seven months pregnant and taking her 11-year-old son to school in Seattle when she was pulled over for speeding. Malaika said she'd accept the ticket but refused to sign it thinking it was an acknowledgment of guilt.
Here's where it gets a little crazy. Instead of asking why she wouldn't sign it, the cops decided to call in a sergeant who later showed up and told them to arrest Brooks. It was when she refused to get out of the car that one of the officers flashed his taser at her. She reportedly was unaware of what it was and said, "I am pregnant. I'm less than 60 days from having my baby."
But the cops weren't convinced and thought that Malaika was just fat. The put the taser in "drive-stun mode," before tasing her once in the thigh, on the arm, and in the neck. We wouldn't be surprised if that baby pops out with super electro powers.