A 19-year-old teen urinates in front of a police car and offers oral sex to an officer to get her confiscated Juul back.

Madison Ann Bryant was charged with disorderly intoxication, a misdemeanor and offering a bribe to an officer.

So what really happened?

The Incident Started Off Innocently

During a patrol, sheriff’s deputies found Madison around 2 am sitting on the US 27 highway in Leesburg. And the officers stopped to check on her.

Madison explained to the officers that she had exited a nearby truck after a fight with her boyfriend about ‘relationship issues.’

Her Boyfriend Was Still on the Scene

So, the officers spoke with her boyfriend, who explained they’d been at a party. He then said that he had been arguing with her girlfriend.

He added that her girlfriend got angry and walked out of the car, and he’d tried to get her back in without success.

Sadly, the boyfriend smelled alcohol, and the officers arrested him for drunk driving.

Madison, too was ‘heavily intoxicated’ and ‘spoke of many topics that did not make much sense.’

She, However, Did Not Initially Face Arrest

As she waited with one of the officers for a ride home told him that she ‘needed to use the bathroom.’

So, she requested if she could go on the roadside, but the officer refused.

The deputy, instead, offered to drive her to the nearest gas station to use the restroom.

However, Madison’ pulled her pants down and urinated in front of’ the squad car, holding onto the vehicle’s push bar as traffic passed by.

After Peeing, the Deputies Arrested Her for Disorderly Intoxication

While on the way to the county jail, Madison asked a sheriff’s deputy to give back her Juul vaping device.

She insisted that she needed it ‘for anxiety.’

Madison then asked the deputy if he was married and had children.

The deputy said in the arrest affidavit:

“Madison asked me if I was married and had children.”

When the deputy answered, Madison continued:

“I am not trying to f**k that up. I will suck your d**k [if you give me back my Juul].”

The officer didn’t reply to her but drive her to the county jail.

She was later released — awaiting arraignment — after posting a $3,000 bond.

Disorderly intoxication carries a penalty of up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine in Florida.

The penalty for bribing a public servant can be a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison, 15 years of probation, and a $10,000 fine.