A Woman Does Cartwheels During Her Sobriety Test

Bryelle was fired from her position as a Gladiator Girl for the Duke City Gladiators an indoor football team in Albuquerque. She

A New Mexico woman who confidently performed a cartwheel for officers during a field sobriety test was nonetheless arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated last week.

When the officer tried to get Marshall to walk a straight line she lined up sideways on the sidewalk.

A DWI officer was giving Marshall instructions to complete the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs), to which she responded by laughing and doing cartwheels in front of the officers. According to a criminal complaint, police detected a strong odor of alcohol on her, but she told the officer otherwise. "I don't know what you're doing", the officer said. Your whole body, face me.

Marshall was seen sleeping in her auto near Zuni Road and Pennsylvania Street Friday night.

"Turn around and face me. I don't know what you're doing, put your hands down", the officer said in the video.

'The driver appeared to be passed out behind the wheel and officers were able to wake her up when they started speaking to her.

An officer's bodycam shows a suspect complete one cartwheel before a second attempt ends less successfully.

"Don't do it, because you're going to hit me and I'm going to charge you with a battery", the officer said.

She was eventually placed in handcuffs and taken into custody.

"OK, we're done", the officer said.

Bryelle was sacked from her position as a Gladiator Girl for the Duke City Gladiators, an indoor football team in Albuquerque.

She was charged with battery, aggravated DWI and for driving with an expired license plate.

Though she wasn't one of the team's official dancers, she was hired to promote the team at community events for the upcoming season, the spokesperson said. The Daily Mail also reported she refused to submit to a blood alcohol test. She was not listed in Bernalillo County jail records on Wednesday.