One of those motorists called police at 7:26 p.m. to report seeing the bizarre motorcyclist northbound on I-43 near Good Hope Road. The caller told police the woman looked like she was “having some kind of mental breakdown or something."
It didn't take long for a Bayside police officer to spot the woman, who was wearing white pants and an unzipped white jacket with both breasts exposed.
The woman did not respond to the Bayside squad's lights and sirens. Shortly after crossing into Ozaukee County, she took both hands off the handle bars and extended both arms out to her sides, only occasionally touching the handle bars for control.
Her speed fluctuated from 55 mph to 24 mph to 53 mph to 10 mph to 45 mph to 17 mph before she eventually lost control and crashed onto the pavement north of Mequon Road.
The woman's age and residence were not released by Bayside police. When she was finally stopped by police, she said she was coming from a friend's house in Cudahy. She also told the officer that she was Jesus Christ born again.
The woman didn't have any alcohol in her system, but after she was transported to the hospital, nurses determined she was wearing a narcotic analgesic patch that is normally used to treat severe pain. The blood draw results are pending.
She was cited for her second offense of operating while intoxicated.