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Woman accused of walking topless in Lincoln McDonald’s restaurant to appear in crown court





A woman who is accused of walking topless around a McDonald’s restaurant will appear at Lincoln Crown Court on July 2.

Romayne Thompson, 32, faces two charges of outraging public decency – which includes exposing her herself – along with assaulting a police officer and failing to comply with a community protection notice.

Thompson, formerly of Lamb Gardens, St Giles, Lincoln, was excused attending a plea and trial preparation hearing at Lincoln Crown Court after her case was adjourned for the preparation of psychiatric reports.

Romayne Thompson is due to appear in court after being accused of walking topless in McDonald’s PHOTO: STOCK
Romayne Thompson is due to appear in court after being accused of walking topless in McDonald’s PHOTO: STOCK

Judge James House KC adjourned the case for a further hearing at Lincoln Crown Court on July 2.

Thompson, who was represented by defence barrister Anna Soubry, remains remanded into custody.

She is charged with urinating in the street before intentionally facing passing members of the public, exposing herself and shaking her body in Lincoln on February 29.

Exposing her breasts in a Lincoln McDonald’s and proceeding to walk around the establishment topless for two minutes on March 11.

Assaulting a police officer in Lincoln on February 29.

Failure to comply with a community protection notice by being in the company of a man over the age of 60 and escorting him to a cash point in Lincoln on March 12.



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