Somerville police arrested a drunk 24-year-old woman from Stow after she disturbed a performance of Cavalia's Odysseo and kicked a police officer, according to allegations in a police report.
The report says Cassy Wills got into a loud argument with her mother in the middle of Sunday's matinee performance of the equestrian spectacle. When fellow audience members seated nearby asked the women to stop arguing, Wills cursed at them and made derogatory comments, according to the report.
It says Wills left the main tent—Odysseo is performed in the world's largest touring tent—and went outside the tent to use the bathroom.
Once outside, Wills got into an argument with the head of the show, who wouldn't let Wills back inside the performance tent and wouldn't serve her more wine, according to the report.
According to the report, Wills tried to get back into the show anyway, saying she'd paid $400 for tickets.
The police officer told Wills if she tried to go back into the performance he'd arrest her.
After swearing and screaming at the officer, Wills tried walking past him into the tent, but he stopped her, and she began yelling and flailing her arms, the report says.
When the officer tried to handcuff her, she kicked the officer in the leg and tried to hit him, according to the report.
The officer arrested her and charged her with disturbing the peace, resisting arrest and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, in this case a shod foot.
The above information was supplied by the Somerville Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.