Woman attacked anglers with fish
Two ice fishermen in Michigan called police after they were attacked by a woman wielding a fish.
The men were fishing on ice on Black Lake in Norton Shores when the woman, 29, approached them saying she "wanted to urinate on the ice", say police.
Police Lieutenant Jon Gale told the Muskegon Chronicle: "The woman said to turn their heads while she urinated.
"While their backs were turned the woman struck the first complainant in the head with a fish.
"The female then approached them and struck the other man across the face with a fish."
Lt Gale said "some words were then exchanged" and the woman then "returned to her shanty".
When officers interviewed the woman, she claimed that she was upset "because the other men put their shanty too close to her shanty", Lt Gale added.
"She said she threw the fish at the men, but missed. She denied hitting them," he said.
Lt Gale declined to reveal the names of those involved as the men, both in their early 20s, did not wish to press charges.