Ohio Police witnessed a bizarre turn of events, following a high-speed chase which allegedly crossed the speed limit to go over 120 mph, when the traffic violator turned out to an almost-nude woman dressed in fishnet top.

An Ohio Police officer, patrolling Route 422 in Bainbridge at around 4 a.m. on Oct. 11 spotted the 28-year-old Erin Holdsworth's 2002 Mazda 626 at almost twice the 65 mph speed limit. The officer attempted to make a traffic stop but Holdsworth refused to comply, Bainbridge Police Chief Jon Bokovitz told the Huffington Post.

There was a pursuit of about seven miles, Bokovitz said. An officer from the [Geauga County] Sheriff's Office was in the area, and he put down stop sticks.

Holdsworth was forced to pull her car over to the side of the road after its left tire was punctured by the police's tire-deflation device.

Well, she got out of her car on her own and she had on just a white thong and a fishnet top that was completely see-through, Bokovitz said. He added, She was obviously under the influence.

She was not very forthcoming on where she was coming from, what she was doing or why she was dressed the way she was, Bokovitz said. She was so unsure on her feet that she probably would have fell and hurt herself.

Holdsworth, a resident of Hiram, Ohio, refused to submit to a blood alcohol test, and started to violently protest when the police took her into custody.

Charges against Holdsworth include operating a vehicle while intoxicated, refusing a blood alcohol content test, fleeing and eluding, criminal damaging, driving under a suspended license, speeding and reckless operation. However, no charges will be pressed against Holdsworth for inappropriate clothing, as she wasn't walking around or displaying herself in the public.