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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FL (WFLX) - Things got out of hand after Tammy Ann Roseman is said to have begun unbuttoning her "hot pink" pants.
A school bus driver for Indian River County schools spotted the woman identified as Roseman, 39, in the "hot pink" pants Tuesday afternoon. He was driving south on North Willow Street approaching Vernon Street in Fellsmere, according to a recently released arrest affidavit.
The driver told Fellsmere police the "hot pink" pants woman started unbuttoning her trousers.
As the bus passed, he said, about a half dozen elementary school students started screaming, with some covering their eyes. The bus driver in a rear view mirror noticed the woman's pants were down and her buttocks exposed.
The affidavit didn't specify whether anything prompted the apparent impromptu derriere display, a practice informally known as "mooning" that's often intended as a sign of defiance or disrespect.
The affidavit also didn't specify whether the "hot pink" pants were jeans, capris, dungarees, corduroys, Bermudas or some other style or type of pants or shorts.
Roseman, a Melbourne resident who appears to have a scar on at least one of her cheeks, was arrested on a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge and taken to the Indian River County Jail.
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