Angela Green, a 34-year-old Ohio woman, took a mugshot that went viral.
Green made the “duck face” when she got her photograph taken. A few hours later, it was bbeing shared thousands of times on Facebook and Twitter.
Green was arrested over the weekend for allegedly refusing to leave a Cleveland hotel room, WOIO reported.
Hotel management called police, saying Green and another person would not leave after the 11 a.m. cutoff time.
Green also would not identify herself after police showed up.
Police arrested her and charged hher with obstructing official business.
19 Action News elaborated on the case, saying she gave them a fake name before becoming uncooperative and loud.
After a short struggle, she was arrested and taken into custody.
She was released on a $354 cash bond.
AP odd news update: Man claims kingdom so daughter can be princess
ABINGDON, Va. (AP) — A Virginia man says he has claimed a kingdom in Africa so his daughter can be a princess.
Jeremiah Heaton told the Bristol Herald Courier (http://bit.ly/1rcQHtp) that he recently trekked to a small, mountainous region between Egypt and Sudan called Bir Tawil. No country claims the land.
Heaton says he planted a flag designed by his children there so that he could become a king — and more importantly, so his 7-year-old daughter Emily could be a princess. They named the area the Kingdom of North Sudan.
Shelia Carapico, a professor of political science and international studies at the University of Richmond, says Heaton would not have political control over the land without legal recognition from neighboring countries, the United Nations or other groups.
Heaton says he hopes to get Sudan and Egypt to recognize the kingdom