A naked woman found wandering around in the woods kicked a policeman in the crown jewels after he tried to cover her up with his hi-vis jacket.

Andrea Wymer, 52, was in the midst of a mental health episode that saw her streak down busy roads and end up in a wooded area in Knowsley, Merseyside last June.

Cops responded to reports of a streaker and found Wymer, from nearby Huyton, fully nude shortly before the afternoon school run.

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PC Kieran Moran was one of the attending officers, and when he offered his jacket in a bid to "preserve the dignity" of Ms Wymer, she lashed out, leaving a muddy footprint on the crotch area of his trousers.

At Sefton magistrates court she was ordered to pay PC Moran £100 compensation after she admitted assaulting an emergency worker.

Michael O'Kane, prosecuting, explained: “She was stopped by the officers and advised that she was going to be detained. At that point she became irate and was resisting the officers' attempts to restrain her. The incident was caught on a body-worn camera.

“As the officers took hold of the defendant she seemed to fall back. At that point she kicked out and made contact with the groin area of the officer.

“The officer confirms in his statement that being kicked in the groin caused him some pain."

Wymer had no previous convictions. As well as her fine, Ms Wymer was put on a six-month mental health treatment requirement.

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Her lawyer Joseph Bleasedale said: “A mental health treatment plan does address the underlying issues which she had never had assistance with before.

“Since then, she has seen a psychiatrist and is now medicated for that. She came across as knowledgeable and personable today.”

District Judge James Hatton said: "Obviously, there was something going on that you were struggling with but the officer did not deserve to be assaulted in the way that he was."

Wymer was also given a 12-month community order with 20 rehabilitation days. She was also fined £50 and told to pay a £95 victim surcharge.

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